People with an intellectual disability (ID) indicate that they feel more part of society by performing work. Mainly regular work has a positive influence on their autonomy, self-esteem and quality of life. In addition to financial independence and social interaction, the chances of employment also offer them the opportunity to learn new tasks and acquire new skills. For people with intellectual disabilities who are working, this employment can offer additional benefits. The policy for the employment of people with an occupational disability can be based on two principles: exclusion and inclusion. The exclusive policy is based on the principle that people with an occupational disability who cannot (temporarily) provide for their own income must receive a benefit. The inclusive policy, on the other hand, wants to help these people to work and thus increase participation. Of course we opt for the latter and look for a meaningful interpretation of this inclusive policy. In this document, practical guidelines are provided for the university campus as an employer to make the working environment as good as possible for people with an intellectual disability.