Following on from our post on April 29th links to the Next Generation Inclusive Thinking webinars for disabled students run by EmployAbility can be found here. Cindy McAlister from Employability has also shared some FAQs they’ve received – 1. At what stage of the recruitment process should I disclose my disability? You don’t have to… Read More EmployAbility Webinars for disabled students
As a disabled student wanting to get a job in this competitive sector, you may feel disadvantaged by having a disability. We have collated some insight from people who work in the profession to hopefully make this a little easier. Zoe Allen-Robinson, Solicitors Regulation Authority “I think law is a very challenging area to get… Read More Interested in working in law?
I asked several experts to share their answers to the question – “What’s the best piece of advice you’d give to a disabled student who is nervous speaking to an employer about workplace support?” We’re very lucky that people gave up their time to help out, and here are their answers: Julian John, Managing Director,… Read More Speaking to an employer about workplace support.
I asked several experts to share their answers to the question – “From your experience, what’s the best piece of advice you would give to an Autistic student looking for employment?” We’re very lucky that people gave up their time to help out, and here are their answers: Daniel Aherne, Director, Adjust Consultancy and Training… Read More Advice for Autistic students looking for employment
In 2011 Jane founded Evenbreak, a not-for-profit social enterprise matching disabled candidates with inclusive employers. In that time she was worked with companies including John Lewis, Lloyds Banking Group, Channel 4, Comic Relief, GCHQ and more, and has written two books – Disabled? Looking for Work? and A Dozen Brilliant Reasons to Employ Disabled People Jane kindly agreed to give some of her time… Read More Interview with Jane Hatton – Founder & Director of Evenbreak