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Over the years, Boeing has made great strides with its Deaf employees. The company’s Everett, Wash., factory has evolved into providing contracted sign language interpreters and is working on a pilot program to bring a full-time interpreter to the Everett site.
Now, Boeing’s work with its Deaf employees has caught the attention of DeafNation, a leading source for news and social networking in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
“[I’m] seeing more and more upper managers incorporate Deaf people into their work environment. I mean, it’s really amazing to see people work their way up and have that opportunity,” said Joel Barish, CEO of DeafNation.