Creating workplaces that work for everyone

All employers should strive to employ the best person for every role in their organisation and to retain valuable staff for as long as possible. Today, more than ever, businesses need access to a skilled and diverse workforce. It has never been more important to see disabled people as an important source of talent.

This guide covers elements of good practice that should be embedded into managerial practice and organisational culture to create inclusive workplaces and support people with  disabilities.

You can explore all the sections below or dip in and out depending on your needs.

Or you can download the full PDF version – Good Practice Guide

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Good Practice Guide Sections

Explore what success through Supported Employment looks like and test your knowledge.

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Learn more about the different types of discrimination and how you can prevent it in the workplace. 

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Improve workplace conversations with different techniques and positive language.

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Learn how to get recruitment right, to improve the diversity of your workforce 

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Learn how to make selection and interviews fair for people with disabilities

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Learn how to make reasonable adjustments for an employee or candidate.

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Learn how to get the induction and initial training right for an employee with a disability.

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Simple improvements to policies and practice that can create better workplaces

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Simple steps employers can take to open up opportunities for people with disabilities in their business

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Links to other sources of advice for employers 

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