Attracting Disabled Candidates

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

Neon sign on building We're Hiring

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

Not Another Wheelchair User!

Esi HardyAccessibility, Attitudes, Customers, Inclusion, Purple PoundLeave a Comment

Not Another Wheelchair User

The Situation As a wheelchair user and a non-driver, I rely heavily on the train service to maintain relative independence.  I consciously chose to live in an area that was not only on a train line but central to stations that would connect me to a large part of the country.  Over the years, I have found that the service… Continue Reading Not Another Wheelchair User!

The Accessible Workplace

Esi HardyAccessibility, Business, Employees, Inclusion2 Comments

Lady in a wheelchair sitting at computer and talking on the phone

As a physically disabled person using an electric wheelchair, I have been to many workplaces – some clearly more accessible than others. I always find it interesting to hear individual definitions of accessibility; some people feel that a building is accessible if the central room is on one level, even if it took 3 flights of stairs to get there.… Continue Reading The Accessible Workplace