Inclusion at PageGroup

Why is it important to PageGroup to employ disabled people? At PageGroup we have been committed to our Diversity and Inclusion strategy since 2012 and as such recognise the importance and richness of cognitive diversity. In addition, in order to truly reflect their diversity of the candidate pool we represent and the clients we serve, … Continue reading Inclusion at PageGroup

Inclusion at Airwave Motorola

Airwave Motorola has a people first philosophy which encourages all employees to contribute to their fullest potential. They understand and embrace the belief that our differences are what makes us a team – challenging us, pushing boundaries and encouraging new ways of thinking. Read on for find out more about inclusion at Airwave Motorola. Motorola … Continue reading Inclusion at Airwave Motorola

Inclusion at Leonard Cheshire

Leonard Cheshire supports individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Today we take a look at the working practices within the organisation itself. Why is it important to Leonard Cheshire to employ disabled people? Like all organisations it is desirable and incredibly valuable for our workforce to be … Continue reading Inclusion at Leonard Cheshire

Inclusion at John Lewis

John Lewis Partnership logo The John Lewis Partnership boldly puts the happiness of Partners at the centre of everything it does. Read on to find out more about inclusion at the Partnership. Why is it important to the John Lewis Partnership to employ disabled people? People are our greatest resource! We very much want to … Continue reading Inclusion at John Lewis

Inclusion at Gowling WLG

Why is it important to Gowling WLG to employ disabled people? We know that 1.3 billion people across the world have some form of disability, visible or invisible. You'll either have a disability or know someone who does. So, creating an inclusive workplace is top of our agenda. We also know that recruiting people with … Continue reading Inclusion at Gowling WLG

Inclusion at Welcome Break

Welcome Break logo Welcome Break is one of the largest independent motorway service operators in the UK.  They employ around 5,000 team members who work to give customers what they want, when they want it. And with a level of service that exceeds their expectations.  But what opportunities are there for disabled staff?  This is … Continue reading Inclusion at Welcome Break

Inclusion at Heathrow

Working at Heathrow isn't just for 'high flyers'! There is a whole range of exciting jobs available. Find out more about Heathrow as an employer from their answers to our questions here. Why is it important to Heathrow to employ disabled people? Diversity and inclusion is fundamental to Heathrow. Every day we welcome and look … Continue reading Inclusion at Heathrow

Inclusion at High Speed 2

HS2 (High Speed 2) trains will serve over 25 stations connecting around 30 million people. That’s almost half the population. HS2 will form the backbone of our rail network, and will directly connect 8 of 10 of Britain’s largest cities. It is an investment in Britain’s future, and will support 30,000 jobs. HS2 advertise their roles on Evenbreak to make … Continue reading Inclusion at High Speed 2

Inclusion at Guidant Global

Evenbreak and Guidant Global are both involved in the Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI). In fact, Guidant Global have been instrumental in promoting disability equality within the recruitment industry. Do they lead by example? For sure! Here are their answers to our questions: Why is it important to Guidant Global to employ disabled people?  Guidant … Continue reading Inclusion at Guidant Global