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The Effect Of Employer Perception On Employment Opportunities For People Living With Disabilities: Case Of Selected Universities In Kenya
In Kenya besides many organizations lobbying for the increased employment of PLWDs, amplified by the constitution that at least 5% elective positions must be spared for (PLWDs) there is less employment opportunities. For example the entire cabinet and parastatal secretaries of about twenty six people only one is disabled. The empirical review has pointed out that employer perception views people living with disabilities as costly, and disturbing. The objective of the study was to investigate the effect of employer perception on employment opportunities for PLWDs. The target population was all People Living with Disability employees in selected Universities in Kenya and association
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