Disability

Broadridge partners with USRowing to support the U.S. Women’s National Team

USRowing and Broadridge plan an inclusive programme to help women athletes advance their careers

Scooter app promises greater accessibility for the visually impaired

The app will help identify parking locations for disabled users

Deaf Awareness Week UK: How employers can support their deaf employees

Accessibility consultant and lip-reader Molly Watt talks deaf and hard-of-hearing inclusion at work

Details of 2021 disability pay gap(s) released

ONS figures detail a complicated story when it comes to disability employment in the UK

XPO supports Over The Wall’s camps for disabled and sick children

XPO is using its services to deliver equipment to disabled and sick children

Companies are still struggling to manage diversity beyond gender

A review of some of the UK’s largest companies reveals that many are focusing more on workforce diversity, but many areas need more attention

Diverse employees and £40bn: the gains of flexible working

Flexible working means greater employment access for disabled talent and more

To be neurodiversity inclusive look at the whole workforce and avoid labels

It isn’t useful to divide staff into neurodiverse and neurotypical camps, says Professor Boddison

British Sign Language (BSL) enters final stages of legalisation journey

Government departments will be required to follow guidance on the implementation of BSL

New Commission examines how to better harness talent diversity

Lord Shinkwin leads new commission driving diversity, equity and inclusion