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Respect in the workplace will get us far
A graphic of a man sitting at a computer against a bright yellow backgroundChris Nagle is a software engineer who has earned respect in his workplace by getting the job done well regardless of his visual impairment. Chris was entering college when his eye sight started deteriorating. He entered the computer programming field because he thought it would require less reading which was a strain on him at the time. He was naturally good at many of the skills needed in his course and he now excels at his job.

Read more about Chris and his take on “respect” being the most important part of any workplace in this article.

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