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As one in five workers have reasonable adjustment requests turned down, exactly how diverse are UK employers?

Kate Headley, the Clear Company, argues that whilst disability confidence has become increasingly important to organisations there is still some way to go.

Kate Headley, the Clear Company, argues that whilst disability confidence has become increasingly important to organisations there is still some way to go. It’s positive to see that disability confidence has become increasingly important to organisations of all shapes and sizes in recent years, and it’s also particularly encouraging that a greater number of employers now understand the importance of fostering inclusive recruitment practices.

However, recent research shows there is some way to go. New research from disability charity, Scope found that 58% of disabled people have felt at risk of losing their job because of their impairment. It is clear that employers need to continue to work towards offering continued personalised employment support to in order to ensure they retain highly valuable disabled talent. Read the full article on HR News.