A diverse workforce is always a competitive advantage for organizations. McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm, released a report in January 2018 “Delivering Through Diversity” based on a study that included over 1,000 companies in 12 countries. The report inferred that companies having diverse workforce usually have above-average profitability. Today, more and more companies are attempting to diversify their workforce by hiring people based on their talent and ignoring other factors like ethnicity, gender, and race. But, there are still many employers that are not prepared to have employees with disabilities. Also, there are myriad of regulations regarding employees with disabilities which make the situation complicated. What many organizations do not understand is that having employees with disabilities offer the same benefits as hiring others. Also, people with disabilities make up a valuable market, which could lead to increased revenue and if an employer wants to target that market, they must have people with disabilities in the team as well.