Employing and retaining disabled people in the State Sector
Disabled people are a fabulous untapped talent pool of loyal and committed employees. They bring a perspective that can help transform an organisation’s culture, client relations and performance for the better.
The State sector is in a unique position to take a leadership role in employing disabled people and take advantage of their skills.
This toolkit will assist:
Leadership Team - drive and champion change required to build an inclusive workplace.
Human resources teams’ activities attract the best possible candidates and retain staff.
Managers know how to get the best from all employees, including disabled employees.
This toolkit covers the following areas:
There are many different kinds of disability – including physical, sensory, intellectual or mental health related.
A disability may be visible or hidden, permanent or temporary and could have a minor or major impact on a person’s life.
No two people are the same, and no two people with the same disability experience it in the same way.
If you would like to know more about employing disabled people click here.