Success in STEM
IBM is one large multinational company that is no stranger to hiring employees with disabilities. While the company demands that its employees are highly qualified, IBM understands that disabilities only limit a person as much as their own attitude and their work environment hold them back. Also, the quality of work and the accumulation of experience are not diminished by the presence of a disability in an applicant, and they deserve all of the respect and opportunities that other employees benefit from.
Neil Graham is a manager of IBM’s C++ compiler division in Canada. The following Jobpostings magazine article chronicles the skills and qualities that allowed Neil to rise to his current position.