We have created resources for employers to use when thinking about how to make work more accessible to disabled people. These resources are largely based on our work supporting our internship programme, but also using feedback from interns about barriers they have faced in work and job searching.
Sometimes job adverts can present barriers to disabled people through things like jargon, a lack of information and requirements that can lead to discrimination. Read more
One piece of constructive feedback can go a long way in helping jobseekers improve their interview technique and learn to really sell themselves. Read more
A directory of useful information from other sources. Coming soon!
Reasonable adjustments are important to consider during the selection process to ensure disabled candidates are treated fairly. Read more.
Making sure the right support is in place from the start is important when taking on a disabled employee. Support may be given in a variety of ways. Read more
A list of organisations that provide training. Coming soon!
If you are planning changes to your recruitment practices and would like to discuss these with a member of our team please send us your details via the contact form below. We are always keen to hear stories of existing good practice from employers. If you would like to discuss steps your workplace has taken to become more accessible then please get in touch.