It started with a simple idea. Why shouldn't those with disabilities get the same employment opportunities as others? Patu Keshwani and his staff decided to change it. 

They began by hiring a few people to work in the back areas of the hotel and slowly integrated training programs dedicated to specific disabilities such as being deaf and having down syndrome. They hope to have about 3,000 disabled staff members by 2018.
Often, businesses are so consumed by the bottom line, they fail to see other ways they can impact society. The best part of this story is that introducing a more diverse staff has been an uplifting experience for everyone, making their hotels a "great place to work."