guide to disability inclusion

It’s easier than you think to build a more inclusive workplace.

For some employers, it might feel too difficult or costly to hire parents returning to work, mature workers, school leavers, people with an injury, illness or disability, or job seekers who have been out of work for a while.

We’re here to tell you that it’s not.  We can help and support you throughout the process of building a more inclusive business.

A diverse workforce is increasingly recognised as vital to the health of businesses. Diversity and inclusion delivers a range of benefits including:

  • Increased creativity and innovation through alternative voices and cultures
  • Improved brand recognition and promotion as an employer and supplier of choice
  • Fostering and shaping a stronger team and humanitarian spirit
  • Meeting corporate social responsibility goals
  • Enhancing procurement and tendering opportunities

Download our Disability Inclusion Guide to find out more about how your business can better support people with disability.

Whether it’s hiring and supporting a member of your workforce with disability, or providing a better service for valuable customers with disability.

Being able to better understand the requirements of people with disability in your business is essential if you want to be a welcoming and accessible organisation.

This guide is your first step on how to grow inclusion in your workplace and create important benefits for your customers, employees and your business.