Disability in the workplace

Disabled entrepreneurs need more help and financial support 

Access2Funding’s campaign shows a disproportionate lack of support for disabled entrepreneurs

The pandemic greatly magnified inequality – so what now?

Caroline Casey speaks out on the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the disabled community

How to support employees with hearing loss effectively

Easy to use tech innovation can help employees with hearing loss feel more included at work

Addressing the autism employment gap

The National Autistic Society speaks on the autism employment gap

What every company will need for neurodiverse inclusion

Neurodiverse inclusion can boost productivity, innovation, and lower staff absence

Building better workplaces through supporting neurodiversity

We must move from simply awareness to genuine acceptance regarding workplace neurodiversity

UK software firm commits to disability hiring in 2022

Advanced’s new partnership will help them recruit talent with disabilities and chronic health issues

Working from home is not an “easy fix” for the disadvantages faced by disabled workers

It is widely assumed that working from home has positive implications

Why autism should not be a barrier to a great career

Grainger was diagnosed as autistic aged 44. He is proving autism isn’t a barrier to a great career

Listening and language: crucial tools for mental health at work conversations

Here is how to effectively listen and use language well when managing employees’ mental health