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Become a Disability Confident organisation

Before diving into your Disability Confident journey, find out how we started ours and how we continue to strive for an inclusive working environment for all

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3 reasons to bring disability inclusion to the mainstream: the rising, the unforeseen & the unforgettable

Beyond the moral responsibility to do so, let's take a look at the growing need to bring disability inclusion into the D&I agenda.
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Is the disability employment gap getting wider?

In this blog we take a look at how the disability employment gap is changing and we examine how organisations can support their disabled employees.
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D&I in recruitment: An interview with the Head of Talent Acquisition at Ingeus

We recently interviewed the Head of Talent Acquisition at Ingeus, Emily Garvie, to discover what role D&I plays in recruitment. In this Q&A, Emily shares how and why it’s embedded in everything they do.
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D&I in recruitment: An interview with recruitment agency, Monster

We recently interviewed CHRO of Monster, Claire Barnes, to explore what part diversity and inclusion plays in their recruitment processes. Discover strategies that are helping them along the way.
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Inside Texthelp: “From my culture to yours”

Discover how Texthelp employees have built a global community that celebrates diversity.
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12 tips for supporting colleagues with ADHD

ADHD coaches, business leaders, and people with lived experience of ADHD share 12 tips to help you support employees with ADHD to accomplish their tasks and feel accepted in the work environment.
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11 tips to creating an inclusive workplace that supports neurodiversity

In this blog we highlight 11 key takeaways from our Festival of Workplace Inclusion.
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How to Create a UDL Game plan

Our annual Back to School Conference is coming up fast, so we thought we would run you through what you can expect from our free PD event.
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What to expect at Texthelp's first ever Festival of Workplace Inclusion

On this day, we’ll be bringing together industry experts and people with lived experiences of neurodiversity and disability. Together, we’ll uncover how we can work together to drive change, and make a lasting impact. Discover more.
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10 tips for creating sense of belonging in the workplace

To help employees feel a sense of belonging at work, we asked HR and business professionals this question for their insights. Here's 10 top tips.
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10 initiatives for employers to be more inclusive of people with disabilities

Discover 10 proposed initiatives to make the workplace more inclusive.
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Supporting employees with chronic illness: First-hand insights with Emma Mitchell

In this Q&A, Emma Mitchell, Talent Director at EY who lives with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), shares how organisations can better support employees with chronic illness.
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Disability inclusion: A Q&A with IBM

In this blog, IBM's Disability Employee Network Group (ENG) Lead and D&I Champion, Alix Horton, shares how IBM champion disability inclusion.
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10 HR Leaders Make A Pledge For Disability Inclusion

What will you do to challenge unconscious biases, and help your neurodivergent colleagues and those with disabilities, to feel more understood and welcomed in the workplace? Here's 10 pledges from HR leaders.
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Celebrating different minds

This week ( March 21st - 27th) marks Neurodiversity Celebration Week, an event that celebrates neurodivergent strengths at all stages in life, from school to the workplace.
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10 DE&I Leaders 'Pass The Torch': 10 Things You Can Do To Personally Make A Change

Diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I), is everyone’s responsibility. In this blog, 10 DEI Leaders share how you can personally make a change.
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Neurodiversity exists in the world and should be in the workplace too

Check out our infographic for a quick overview of what neurodiversity is.
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4 ways the policing community are making a difference in diversity & inclusion

In this blog, hear how four policing organisations are making a difference in the diversity and inclusion space.
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Why your workplace needs a dash of Autism

Neurodiverse conditions are a part of human diversity with each making the world a more interesting and unique place to be. Those with Autism experience the world differently and offer original concepts of shared experiences.
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