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Seema Flower: The challenges visually impaired and blind people experience in the workplace
May 24, 2023 | Analysis, Health & Safety | 0
Seema Flower explores some of the key challenges that visually impaired individuals face in the workplace and discusses strategies that can be implemented to address these challenges.Read More
Lyndsay Edgington: Correct office etiquette towards colleagues who stammer
May 18, 2023 | Analysis, Health & Safety | 0
In a recent British Stammering Association survey, 89% of respondents have felt frustrated by the way people have reacted to their stammer. It is important to understand the correct etiquette when conversing with someone who stammers.Read More
Monica McCoy: Embracing neurodiversity – why there is no “right” way to interpret the world
While being neurodiverse means having a brain that works differently from the average or typical person, there is no one “right” way to think, learn or interpret the world.Read More
Disability Smart Awards 2023: Winners announced
Winners of the Disability Smart Awards 2023 were announced last week at an awards ceremony hosted by Business Disability Forum (BDF) and sponsored by Microlink.Read More
David Plotkin: How can employers improve the wellbeing of disabled employees?
The number of disabled people in employment is increasing. Find out easy steps to help employers improve the wellbeing of disabled employees.Read More
Dr Alison McClymont: Bringing neurodivergent people to the workforce
1 in 5 people are living with a neurodiverse condition today, and yet, research finds between 30/40% of neurodivergent people are unemployed.Read More
Seema Flower: Increasing access to work for visually impaired and blind people
Discover insights & knowledge on how employers can use assistive technology to support visually impaired or blind employees in the workplace.Read More
Christine Tanner: Strategies for employing a neurodiverse workforce
Employing a neurodiverse workforce requires a shift of perspective from a world historically built for neurotypical individuals.Read More
Britons with a diagnosed disability face difficultly finding employment
Britons who have a diagnosed disability are twice as likely than non-disabled Britons to agree having a disability makes it hard to find a job.Read More
Lauren Toal: Understanding epilepsy in the workplace
In light of Epilepsy Awareness Day, Lauren Toal explains the importance of reasonable adjustments and recognition of this neurological condition.Read More
Hester Grainger: How to host neurodivergent-friendly interviews
For neurodivergent employees, interviews can be very tricky. Discover how employers can successfully host neurodivergent-friendly interviews.Read More
65% of neurodivergent employees fear discrimination while UK businesses promote neurodiverse workplaces
New research has found significant barriers to neurodivergent employees disclosing their neurodivergence to employers.Read More
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