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Reach Network at Hays

Recognising & Enabling All colleagues and Conditions at Hays

When people are able to be themselves at work, they are happier, more productive, able to flourish and achieve success. In an organisation that is based on building strong relationships with candidates and clients, it’s even more important employees feel able to be their authentic selves. That’s why the REACH network is here to support and connect people in Hays living with long term ill health, disability or injury - visible or invisible. REACH aims to create a community and to continue to take steps to make Hays an inclusive place to work.

We also host monthly REACH Network Community Drop In peer-to-peers. These are designed for anyone living with ill health, disability or injury, to connect with others and share their experiences in a friendly, supportive and safe space.

Priti Bhatt

Priti Bhatt

“I started working for Hays in 2017, in the Leicester office. I have a condition called Endometriosis or Endo for short. Endo is where the lining of your womb grows where it is not supposed, to resulting in chronic long-term pain. There is NO cure for this condition. Being part of the REACH network has allowed me to share my personal story in a safe and inclusive environment. Since the launch of REACH, I have already discovered that I am not the only person in Hays that has Endo! This sets precedence for any other employee to share their struggles without feeling like they are alone.”

Jason Buglass

Jason Buglass

"My experience was an interesting one. I wasn't diagnosed with ADHD until I was 27, but it was something I'd lived with my whole life. It came about because I was having issues with my memory. I went to a psychologist who did some diagnostic tests and it only took that one session for him to diagnose that I had ADHD. When he told me that, it was honestly a moment of such great relief, because all of a sudden my whole life made a lot more sense (and I wasn't losing my mind!).

 ADHD is something that's historically associated with naughty boys, but there is a growing awareness of it being massively undiagnosed in girls and adults. I'm hopeful that by putting myself and my story out there other will feel more confident to share theirs and if people have questions about ADHD, I can maybe help them with answers or point them in the direction of where they can get them”

Articles in Reach Network at Hays

Open KAM - Manager, job opening in Hays

KAM - Manager

Business Manager London, UK

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Business Management Consulting, Human Resources Hays

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