Policy Delphi Study

A policy Delphi was conducted by the Work RERC to identify key legislative and policy issues critical to the implementation of successful workplace accommodations and to develop policy options for addressing potential barriers.

A policy Delphi is a polling technique that seeks feedback from various stakeholders on a given issue. It is usually conducted over the course of several rounds, in which open-ended questions are also asked of the panel. Responses are then used to help develop the questions for the subsequent round. Our Policy Delphi on Workplace Accommodations took place over three rounds and involved about 45 participants representing the disability community, employers, vocational rehabilitation, and state and federal officials.

Participants in the Delphi were asked to provide input on four categories of questions.

Read the full policy Delphi report.