international day of persons with disabilities [IDPWD] celebrated on saturday [Dec 3] Also, “For the third year in a row, purple is the color of the day for HSBC Bermuda supporting people with disabilities.”
The spokesperson said, “Promoted by the United Nations since 1992, IDPWD is the result of more than one billion people worldwide living with some form of visible or invisible disability. and celebrate their contributions, increasing awareness, understanding and acceptance – or both.
Aerial view of HSBC Bermuda illuminated in purple in 2020
“It is estimated that 80% of people with disabilities acquire a disability while working between the ages of 18 and 64.
“At HSBC, we strive to not only proudly support our customers and colleagues who may be living with a disability, but also to celebrate the many contributions and achievements of our colleagues with disabilities. is another way the Bank shows its support.
“In addition to lighting the HSBC Bermuda headquarters, employees of the bank’s branch network and members of the employee resource group HSBC Ability will wear purple shirts on Friday, December 2nd, to demonstrate how the bank is helping people with disabilities. HSBC Ability is established across HSBC’s global network to support people with disabilities and their caregivers.
Judy Doidge, Executive Sponsor of HSBC Ability in Bermuda, said: [through either living with a disability themselves or via others who do]describes the unique challenges that living with a disability poses.
“Throughout 2022, our people have continued to work diligently on a number of initiatives to ensure that HSBC processes and facilities are ultimately fully accessible to all.
“The thoughtfulness and commitment shown by our employees regarding these initiatives and how they have chosen to individually recognize IDPWD [both at work and at home], was just heartwarming. Here are just a few of the “purple-themed” images we’ve selected to share in honor of the day.
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