This guide was jointly produced by enei (Employers’ Network for Equality and Inclusion) and the Employers’ Stammering Network, and provides useful information and advice on how employers can reduce the barriers faced by stammerers in the workplace.
Involving the real experts on inclusion – disabled people themselves.
How assumptions can be made in the workplace
Working for All? Scope conducted research on experiences of employment support amongst disabled people with high support needs. This is the report (March 2017)
Nasser Siabi, CEO of Microlink, gives examples of workplace adjustments
Louis Jameson from Lloyds Banking Group talks about overcoming barriers he faces
A recruitment case study from Lloyds Banking Group
An autistic candidate, Will, talks about the barriers he faces in recruitment
Will, an autistic man, talks about being an autistic employee
Ross Hovey from Lloyds Banking Group talks about overcoming barriers at work
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Recruiting and Developing Employees who Stammer
Recruiting and working with someone who stammers – 10 things to know.
Disability and employment – summary of survey findings from Reed in Partnership and Disability Rights UK
Case Law – Online Tests.
Dealing with Physical Barriers (from EHRC).
Hidden Disadvantage – report from Action on Hearing Loss
At Lloyds Banking Group inclusion and diversity is central to building the best teams. Attracting a diverse range of talent is crucial to this and Evenbreak ensures that our vacancies are seen by disabled candidates with the skills we need
Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group