Good practice guidance covering the key actions and considerations for establishing disability-confident workplaces, so that disabled people are employed productively for their skills and expertise. It covers recruitment and employment, including reasonable adjustments and the steps employers can take to eliminate disability discrimination from the workplace.
Middlesex University is taking steps to promote the equal treatment of people with disabilities in recruitment, encouraging disclosure and fairness, and aiming to go beyond mere compliance with its public sector equality duty.
IRS's survey of 107 employers investigates the ways in which their recruitment and absence management take account of individuals with disabilities, looking at compliance with the law as well as good practice.
This article, the second in a two-part series on disability discrimination, looks at some of the recent key disability discrimination judgments.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to workplace policy and practice on disability.