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Employment & Education
Finding a job doesn’t have to be a chore! Check out the advice and information below to help you excel in the world of work and learning…
Today (4 November), the average disabled worker stops getting paid, relative to their non-disabled co-workers. As a result, today is known as the Disability Pay Gap Day.
When you have to stop working after acquiring a disability or receiving a diagnosis, this can have a knock-on effect on your finances later in life. Perhaps not the first thing on your mind, but how will leaving work affect your pension?
Recent figures have highlighted that a record number of disabled people have been supported by the UK Government’s Access to Work scheme.
Distance learning gives disabled people the opportunity to study from home. We speak to a member of The Open University Disability Support Team to discover the benefits, challenges and support available.
Every day, companies are driving disabled employees to reach their full potential in the workplace. Transport for London (TfL) has been committed to supporting their disabled staff for years, and want to continue to develop opportunities.
From 13–19 May, Learning at Work Week will highlight the importance and benefits of learning and development in the workplace. The week is even more relevant for workers with a disability.