Useful animated video from Microsoft on their inclusive interview processes
Article written by Graeme Whippy MBE on why Guaranteed Interview Schemes can fail, and how to make sure they don’t
An American video giving some basic advice about conducting interviews with disabled candidates
We advise employers to make their recruitment processes as accessible as possible, but do we practice what we preach? Here is the process we used in our recent hiring round, looking to fill two roles.
Things to consider when writing job adverts to ensure you aren’t excluding disabled candidates.
Graeme Whippy suggests ways that employers can attract disabled candidates
Graeme Whippy explores how selection methods can be more inclusive
Adjustments at Recruitment Recently we have seen how important it is for recruitment assessments to take into consideration the disabilities of job applicants, and how a failure to make reasonable adjustments can put you at risk of a claim of indirect disability discrimination.
Does HR need to change recruitment processes following EAT ruling? (Source)
A video from Purple about making your recruitment process inclusive and accessible
A video from Purple about interviewing disabled candidates
How can you help disabled candidates thrive in interviews? Graeme Whippy tells us.
Interviews generally give a poor indication of someone’s ability to perform in a particular role. This is even more the case with autistic candidates and there are much more appropriate ways to assess them, including relevant work trials or tests. However, if you have to interview a candidate you know to be on the autistic […]
Ways to attract disable candidates Employers are increasingly aware of the business benefits of employing disabled people. On average disabled employees are just as productive as non-disabled people, have significantly less time off, fewer workplace accidents, and stay in their jobs longer. They have inside intelligence on the “purple pound” (the estimated £212 billion that […]
A view from Lloyds Banking Group on accessible recruitment
A recruitment case study from Lloyds Banking Group
An autistic candidate, Will, talks about the barriers he faces in recruitment
Recruitment case study from Lloyds Banking Group
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Recruiting and Developing Employees who Stammer
Lloyds Banking Group – Disability Recruitment Leaflet. This is a leaflet developed by Lloyds Banking Group, explaining to existing and potential colleagues how disabled people are supported with the group. Do you have something like this?
Why job interviews create barriers to people with autism – from the perspective of a person with autism
Recruiting and working with someone who stammers – 10 things to know.
Pre-Emloyment Questions about Disability or Health from EHRC
Disability discrimination during recruitment.
Recruiting an autistic person.
Dyspraxia – Supporting Candidates.
What kind of work can a person with a learning disability do?
Disabled Apprentices – Recruitment Tips.