Guide: Disability inclusion in recruitment and beyond
A guide to attracting, recruiting and retaining disabled and neurodivergent talent.
About the guide
According to our latest research, 34% of neurodivergent workers have experienced difficulty in recruitment and interview processes at some point in their career. Reasons for this often include job descriptions and applications processes that discourage neurodivergent applicants from applying; and, selection processes that are bias towards 'typical' ways of thinking and doing.
Inclusive recruitment helps us to recruit in a way that recognises, understands and values differences in every part of the process. It helps us to attract neurodivergent talent who often bring original thinking, creativity, tenacity and more to the workplace.
This guide includes:
- Advice that'll help you to be more inclusive across all stages of recruitment - from writing job descriptions and advertising job roles, to interviewing, hiring, onboarding, and beyond
- Tips that'll help you to be more flexible to different needs, communicate more inclusively, and reduce bias
- Insights that'll help you to nurture a diverse workforce, and create a lasting culture where employees feel comfortable and confident to bring their full selves to work
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- What is inclusive recruitment & why does it matter?
Discover what inclusive recruitment really means. Gain stats that'll help you present the case for inclusive recruitment to your hiring team.
- Recruiting & hiring diverse talent
Explore 3 key areas to improve the recruitment process. Gain practical tips that'll help you to take action.
- Onboarding with inclusion in mind
Gain tips that'll help you to make sure all employees have what they need to succeed in their new role, right from the start.
- Retaining & developing a diverse workforce
Discover what it means to create a company culture where employees feel valued, heard and understood. Explore 3 key factors to consider.
- Becoming an employer of choice
Gain advice that'll help you to demonstrate your commitment to disability inclusion to prospective candidates and beyond.