Disclosing your Disability

If you are a disabled person looking for employment, you may find it even more challenging than your non disabled peers. You will need to

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How working from home has changed my life

I hated the inevitable question, “What do you do for a living?” I didn’t want to say I was on Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) and

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Sickness management must be adjusted for disabled employees

Allowing absence to trigger a disciplinary may not be reasonable for asthma sufferers, a recent case shows An employer failing to make reasonable adjustments under

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What does being a disability confident employer mean?

Talented people are the heart of any successful business. Being able to attract people from the widest possible talent pool is absolutely vital in keeping

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Disability in Employment – Lessons from the Past

An interesting programme began a few weeks ago on Channel 4 titled “Benefits Britain 1949”, which aims to show how people claiming benefits were treated

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Working at ContactAbility, my story

Following a third relapse in 2011 as a result of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), I was left with no perception of light in my right eye

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A first chance to show ourselves to the world

On 9th & 10th July 2013 Olympia hosts the Business 4 Better show.  There are 150 not-for-profit and charitable organisations at the show, and organisers

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The Times are changing for the better

It was great to see employment opportunities for disabled people championed in a major piece of editorial published by The Times this month. Not only

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