A world where disabled people can achieve their career dreams and ambitions, and not be constrained by attitudinal or physical barriers that prevent them getting into and staying in work.
A world where businesses see disabled people as a valuable asset, bringing different perspectives and thinking to their organisation, and not seeing them through the lens of charity or corporate social responsibility.
What’s in it for an employer?
A workplace where people can be themselves, be engaged and be brilliant at what they do will deliver increased productivity, reduced sickness absence and increased customer/stakeholder value.
A workplace that is flexible and inclusive will help attract talent from the broadest possible pool and retain that talent, saving money in recruitment fees and re-skilling.
Understanding and removing barriers to disabled people will help remove them for everybody else… so what's not to like?
How do I help?
I have over 15 years experience in understanding how disability impacts employment and a proven track record in creating change, particularly in implementing efficient, effective and sustainable workplace adjustment processes which are a critical component of an inclusive workplace.