Topic: diversity and inclusion

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Belongingness at work: DE&I experts share how to create a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging

Hear 7 key thoughts from DE&I experts on creating a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging.

Speaking plainly: inclusivity and accessibility starts with the written word

Building a fair, inclusive and accessible organisation begins with communication.
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Travel with confidence through DEI with the first of Texthelp’s Guided Tours

We’ll be taking a whistle stop tour to the virtual shores of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. And we’ll be exploring DE&I Beach with a specific focus on hidden disabilities and neurodiverse talent.
Texthelp Guided Tours. Roundtable discussion. Travel with confidence through your DE&I journey.

Texthelp's Own Journey to Becoming a Disability Confident Employer

Our vision here at Texthelp is of a world where difference, disability or language are no longer barriers. Couple that with our mission of wanting to help unlock everyone’s full potential through innovative technology, and it only makes sense that we get involved in the Department of Work and Pensions’ Disability Confident scheme. Whilst we’ve been committed to the scheme for some time, we’re now a proud Disability Confident Employer with our sights set on becoming a Disability Confident Leader in the near future. So, here’s a little sneak peek into our journey…

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.

6 Steps towards a Supportive Workplace (inspired by Sainsbury's)

What inclusive strategies can a business take to support its employees? How can technology provide employee support?
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Workplace adjustments in the age of remote working

Hear from our friends at Ofcom on how they've revamped their reasonable adjustments policy with a more inclusive and sustainable approach

'What’s next for inclusion?' - a remote working checklist for D&I leaders

In this guest blog, Richard Shakespeare from Workplace Diversity Solutions, discusses the opportunities that remote working environments have for diversity and inclusion.
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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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Why kindness matters in life and work

In this guest blog, our friends at BPDTS share with us how they've been supporting the wellbeing of their employees while working remotely
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11 virtual training ideas for diverse remote teams

In this guest blog, hear from 11 thought leaders on how to keep your diverse remote teams engaged during remote training.

A truly inclusive workplace begins with inclusive digital experiences

In this guest blog we hear from Barry Walsh on the impact of inclusive digital experiences for creating a truly inclusive workplace.
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Supporting neurodiversity in the changing world of work

In this Q&A session, we hear from Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic, on supporting neurodiversity in today’s evolving workplace.

The role of technology in an evolving workspace

In this Q&A session, we hear from Stuart Blair on the role tech plays in today’s evolving workspace, particularly for neurodiverse employees.
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We’ve partnered with Lexxic to help you support neurodiversity and inclusion at work

We’re pleased to announce our recent partnership with Lexxic, an occupational psychology consultancy that specialises in neurodiversity in the workplace. Together, we’re on a mission to help organisations empower neurodiverse employees and make the workplace more inclusive for everyone!
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Demystifying D&I

In this short guest vlog, Jennifer Pyne, Brand Director at Radley Yeldar, shares a few practical principles for communicating and designing with D&I best practice in mind.
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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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Supporting autistic employees during change

In this guest blog, our friends at Auticon tell us how they support employees with Autism during times of change.

4 types of workplace communication, and 12 tips for improvement

There are four main types of workplace communication: verbal, body, phone and written. Find out how to improve each for diverse teams.
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Unlocking neurodiversity in the workplace

Work’s where many of us spend a big chunk of our lives. It can be a productive, stimulating place where great things happen. But it’s not without its stresses, strains and challenges that employees face daily.