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

Tesco installs 100th Changing Places facility to help disabled shoppers

Tesco Extra store lit in purple Tesco has installed its 100th Changing Places facility in its Watford store to help those with complex disabilities use toilets safely and comfortably. The toilets cover a larger area and offer specialist equipment such as hoists, privacy screens and height adjustable adult-sized changing benches. The installation at the Watford Extra store marks a three … Continue reading Tesco installs 100th Changing Places facility to help disabled shoppers

Making online meetings inclusive

Man attending online meeting Online meetings, training and workshops are increasingly becoming the new normal, and as much as organisations adapt and embrace new technologies, we still need to be committed to being inclusive in our approach. This blog seeks to address some of the challenges faced by disabled people towards ensuring everyone is able … Continue reading Making online meetings inclusive

Spotlight on Talent – Adam P

Another example of the wonderful talent to be found on Evenbreak! Introducing Adam Pollard ... To find out more about Adam, we asked him a few questions…  Adam Pollard What would be your dream role?  Put simply, Big Data Architect! I like to think of myself as a bone fide applied mathematician and statistician with wide-ranging experience. My key strength is a familiarity with science, business, … Continue reading Spotlight on Talent – Adam P

Evenbreak: The Year in Full

Like many of you, 2020 didn’t turn out the way we were expecting but it’s not all bad news. Here are some fun facts and silver linings to take away from 2020: 1. Working From Home: Making flexible and accessible working the new normal  Employers have realised it is possible to work from home effectively. By embracing this new way of working they access a larger pool of candidates who can already WFH. It … Continue reading Evenbreak: The Year in Full

Line Managers: How to Support Employees with ADHD

The letters ADHD held up by hands You don’t need to be an expert to get the best from employees with ADHD. A little understanding and support goes a long way… Rethink what you know about ADHD The popular stereotype of ADHD of badly-behaved boys being distracted by squirrels can often be untrue or misleading … Continue reading Line Managers: How to Support Employees with ADHD

Buying from Social Enterprises

Today is 'Social Enterprise Day', part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Evenbreak is proud to be a social enterprise. But what does it mean? Well, a social enterprise is the same as any other business, but with two important differences: It exists to make the world a better place - socially, environmentally or bothMost or all … Continue reading Buying from Social Enterprises

Spotlight on Talent – Sarah C

Another example of the wonderful talent to be found on Evenbreak! Introducing Sarah C ... To find out more about Sarah, we asked her a few questions…  Sarah C What would be your dream role?  I would love to be involved in the EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity) sector, which is growing in its profile and importance. … Continue reading Spotlight on Talent – Sarah C