Attracting Disabled Candidates

Esi HardyAccessibility, Attitudes, Communication, Inclusion, Language, RecruitmentLeave a Comment

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The Right Candidate When recruiting for a role, whether that role is paid or voluntary, full-time or part-time, you always want to make sure that you’re getting as much value for money as possible. You want to recruit somebody that will do the job to the best of their ability and support you to grow your project/business in the direction… Continue Reading Attracting Disabled Candidates

Disability Equality – The Overlooked Essential for Any Business

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Disability Equality - The Overlooked Essential for Any Business

It costs to overlook disability Along with the other supplier processes that you need such as HR, Business Development and Sales, Disability Equality is an essential. A lot of people think that disability equality and inclusion is “a nice to have but not an imperative”. I’m going to tell you why this statement is wrong. Human Resources   The HR process is… Continue Reading Disability Equality – The Overlooked Essential for Any Business

Is the Best Person Getting The Role?

Esi HardyBusiness, Communication, Employees, RecruitmentLeave a Comment

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Inclusive Recruitment At networking meetings, events and workshops, people ask me about how to make a recruitment process accessible. The dos and don’ts and the application process. I think sometimes these processes can sound a lot more complicated than they actually are. The word “Disability” can prohibit people from thinking outside the box. But a disabled applicant is an applicant like… Continue Reading Is the Best Person Getting The Role?