Inclusion at Sanofi

At Sanofi, we chase the miracles of science to improve people’s lives. Our people are our greatest asset, and we are very proud to have created a work environment that embraces individuality. We celebrate our differences and applaud imagination and innovation. Why is it important to Sanofi to employ disabled people? It is important to … Continue reading Inclusion at Sanofi

Whizz-Kidz Employability

Whizz-Kidz are working hard to transform the lives of young wheelchair users across the UK, supporting them to become confident and independent young adults. We empower young wheelchair users by providing the wheelchairs, equipment, support and confidence-building experiences they need, and campaigning for a more inclusive society. Our range of services includes an employability offering, … Continue reading Whizz-Kidz Employability

The FT Is Participating In The Government Kickstart Programme!

Are you aged between 18 - 24? Are you on Universal Credit and eligible to join the Government Kickstart Programme? If you are interested in any of the roles below and what to find out further information - please drop Jacqui Dobson an email at jacqui.dobson@ft.com The FT are recruiting the following roles - all roles will be … Continue reading The FT Is Participating In The Government Kickstart Programme!

Inclusion at Network Rail

Keeping Britain moving and building a better railway for the future is full of challenges – but also tremendous opportunities. At Network Rail, we believe investing in our people is one of the most effective ways of improving the safety, reliability and efficiency of the railway. Why is it important to Network Rail to employ … Continue reading Inclusion at Network Rail

Inclusion at the FT

At the FT we want to create an environment where people can bring their authentic selves to work and feel valued. This very much includes engaging with disabled people and giving them confidence to apply.   Why is it important to your company to employ disabled people?   We recognise that having a diverse workplace is best … Continue reading Inclusion at the FT

Obesity Discrimination in the Recruitment Process

Obesity in the UK has arguably reached ‘epidemic proportions’, according to the Institute of Employment Studies (IES). The report outlines a clear correlation between stigma and obesity discrimination in the employment sector.  It’s a common belief that some employers regard obesity as a something that’s controllable. Meaning, through their own behaviour, people are inflicting a state … Continue reading Obesity Discrimination in the Recruitment Process

Is employer ignorance the biggest barrier to disability equality in the workplace?

Evenbreak employer PageGroup polled 1,000 business leaders to try and understand the perceived barriers they face when employing disabled people. The results show an astounding level of ignorance, and a major cause of the long-standing employment gap of 30% between non-disabled people in work (approx. 80%) and disabled people in work (approx. 50%). Their research highlighted the … Continue reading Is employer ignorance the biggest barrier to disability equality in the workplace?

Reach – Public Inclusion Commitments

Evenbreak employer Reach report on the external commitments they've made to inclusion so far. What: Three commitments we’ve made or pledges our leaders have signed, giving us a clear picture of what success looks like, and giving us external support and guidance along the way while also keeping us publicly accountable: ● The Valuable 500 … Continue reading Reach – Public Inclusion Commitments