Disabled workers in the UK work an average of two months of the year for free, according to research from the TUC.
The news was revealed in the first-ever Disability Pay Gap Day (Monday this week) research, the purpose of which was to highlight the day of the year on which disabled workers stopped getting paid compared to the average non-disabled worker.
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