Posts from phil-clisby

Addressing the autism employment gap

The National Autistic Society speaks on the autism employment gap

How supported employment services can help employers

For companies employing people with disabilities, supported employment services can provide invaluable aid for employer and employee alike.

Has the FTSE 100 boardroom gender gap really narrowed?

While females now account for a third of board membership among the UK’s elite companies, a staggering 88% of their roles are in a non-executive capacity, finds DiversityQ.

The rise of employees with caring responsibilities: how employers can help

Caring is overlooked in the workplace, but with a few changes, employers can support workers that have work and caring responsibilities.

How businesses can recruit and retain the blind and partially sighted

Phil Clisby explores the ways businesses can better include the blind and partially sighted by adjusting their recruiting process and improving working environments.

How RBA’s disability strategy enables it to thrive

How an inclusive culture enables diversity to thrive at RBA