News and opinion on employment for people with disability.

Why Society Is Making People With Disabilities Sick

An article about how the conditions for housing, employment and welfare that disabled people have inflicted upon them by society are making their health far worse.

Three ways employers get well-being at work wrong

Employers are often getting well-being at work wrong by focusing on physical health rather than mental and emotional health and well-being.

Willing to Work: report About Age & Disability Employment Discrimination Released

Findings & key recommendations from the report into age and disability employment discrimination in Australia.

DWP refuses to name charities set to earn millions from new...

The Department for Work and Pensions has refused to name the organisations being paid millions of pounds to help deliver its new disability employment programme across England and Wales.

Are Unpaid Internships and Work Experience Unlawful?

Internships can be a good way for the disabled to get employment experience. But are they legal?

Government must do more on disability employment

The government must do more to offer incentives to businesses to take on disabled people as employees, and to tackle the barriers that prevent them finding jobs, according to cross-party MPs.

Employment and disability: gaining that all important experience

Discussion on how disabled people can get work experience that will help their employment chances.

The blind photographer who fulfilled his dream to cover the Paralympics

Read the amazing story of the blind photographer who had a childhood dream of covering the Paralympics and how he achieved it.

Report: People with autism earn about half as much

Wage earners with autism unfortunately earn half as much as their non disabled counterparts.

UK Civil servant sparks fresh concerns over ideological basis of Disability...

The UK civil servant who leads the government’s work and health unit has sparked fresh concerns that the new disability employment strategy could be heavily influenced by the discredited “biopsychosocial” (BPS) model of disability.