A Culture of Diversity

Esi HardyAttitudes, Business, Communication, Employees, InclusionLeave a Comment

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Recruit for Diversity Whether a one man band or a business employing millions, it is imperative that there is a culture that builds on the strengths of employees. As is in all organisations a diverse workforce is the best and only way to achieve this for certain. This is because a diverse workforce can utilise the experiences of everyone from… Continue Reading A Culture of Diversity

The Advantages of Using a Disability Mediator

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The Advantages of Using a Disability Mediator

There are many advantages in using a disability mediator to help you resolve conflict. This can arise in family, community or in the working environment and it is particularly beneficial if you feel too intimidated to speak out and make your voice heard. Where the family conflict is about separation, divorce, finances or arrangements for children you would need to… Continue Reading The Advantages of Using a Disability Mediator

Disability Equality – The Overlooked Essential for Any Business

Esi HardyBusiness, Communication, Customers, Employees, Inclusion, Purple Pound, RecruitmentLeave a Comment

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

Communication in the workplace for disabled people

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Disabled employees do not want to be treated ‘differently’ to others. However, if other members of the team do not understand how best to communicate or an employee with a disability feels inhibited in communicating his or her needs, problems can arise. There are several ways in which an employee with a disability can be supported to provide a solution.… Continue Reading Communication in the workplace for disabled people

Harnessing the Experience of Disabled Employees

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New Year: New Start After the New Year, there a many things that people have intentions of doing differently. These are commonly known as New Year Resolutions.  With all the best intentions, many of us will not stick to these much past 31st January. However, one business resolution that could benefit your whole business would be to make your workplace… Continue Reading Harnessing the Experience of Disabled Employees

Supporting your Disabled Employees at Work

Esi HardyAccessibility, Attitudes, Business, Communication, Employees, InclusionLeave a Comment

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Best Practice When researching best practice for managers supporting disabled people in the workplace, there are many articles and blogs on best ways to achieve a diverse workforce, alternates to standard interviews and why hiring disabled people makes good business sense. Some blogs that are recommended reading would include: Evenbreak – offering solutions that encourage a diverse workforce, Disability Smart… Continue Reading Supporting your Disabled Employees at Work