News and opinion on employment for people with disability.

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.

Bad For All Of Us: The backlash against open plan offices:...

The evidence is now overwhelming that open plan offices are detrimental on many fronts to workers, including our mental health.

Why working with a disability is harder than it has to...

Being disabled and taking care of everything that entails amounts to a part time job in itself & often prevents full time employment.

[Research] Almost half of businesses apprehensive about hiring people with disabilities

Almost half of UK businesses admit to being apprehensive about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they won’t be able to do the job and concerns about making inappropriate comments or actions.

Lawyer with multiple sclerosis ‘in closet’ highlights labour market exclusion

The shame and concerns of an invisible disability in relation to employment and disability discrimination.

Disabled people need not apply

An organisation supposedly dedicated to inclusion, equality, advocacy and disability rights has imposed requirements for a job that exclude many disabled people!

Neurodiversity: Employers need to help people “Come Out”

People with neuro diversity disabilities are currently reluctant to disclose their invisible disability and with good reason perhaps.

Employees with a disability: it’s time for common sense

Employers should approach the issue of employing people with disabilities with some commonsense which unfortunately is not that common. Read how Enabled Employment handles disability employment.

Employment and disability: gaining that all important experience

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

Spann Cordle- Amazing Spokesperson for the Handi-Capable and Disability Employment

Terrific example of how employing a disabled person has been highly successful and beneficial for the employer. Example of successful disability employment.