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How to recognise a disability-friendly employer

VERCIDA

How can you tell an employer is open to working with persons with disabilities? How can you know your application will get a fair read? Easy, look for the Disability Confident symbol! This Gover...

Physical disabilities month: interview tips to get that job!

VERCIDA

Congratulations! You found a new job. You wrote the application. You got an interview! We’re going to talk in this article about how a person with a physical disability might prepare for a job...

Ten reasons to work with Essex County Council

Essex County Council

One of the largest councils in the UK, Essex County Council (ECC) offers a wide variety of opportunities for employees. At the heart of the Council's work is a commitment to helping the most vulnerabl...

VERCIDA previews its ATEC London 2017 seminar

Today’s recruitment is fast-paced and the vast majority of employers and recruiters exclusively use digital platforms to attract, assess and appoint candidates. But disabled job-seekers can ge...

Remember hidden disabilities when building accessible websites

Not all disabilities are obvious. LeeAnn Kinney puts the spotlight on the impairments we tend to ignore. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you were headed up to a high floor in a tall...

I used my autism as an advantage to secure a TC at Reed Smith

Reed Smith

Jonathan Andrews explains how he used his autism as an advantage when applying for a Training Contract in Law, enabling him to secure a place with Reed Smith. Why keep quiet about a disability when i...

Neurodiversity in the workplace

There are a number of terms used to encompass neurodiversity. Some seem to be possibly seen by some as more negative in their perception describing what people can’t do instead of showcasing the...

Changing views on employing staff with hearing loss

Audiologists could play a key role in helping to break down some of the barriers and unnecessary stigma that prevents many UK employers from hiring workers who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. The charit...

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