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Stay up-to-date with news about RIDI and our events, plus recruitment industry news.

We publish and share a range of news about RIDI events, campaigns and awards, plus stories about our partners, sponsors and award winners. You can also stay up-to-date with what’s happening about disability confidence in the recruitment industry in our Industry News section.

Lousie Pask from Kelly Services

Louise Pask from Kelly Services

Louise Pask from Kelly Services

“Working in partnership with RIDI will allow Kelly to continuously improve, learn and share best practices amongst like- minded organisations in order to become the employer of choice who leads by example”

News from RIDI

RIDI is urging employers to take part in Manpower’s visually impaired (VI) cricket match on Tuesday 30th May.

Inclusive recruitment and selection workshop

The Apprenticeship Levy is key to unlocking disabled talent

Manpower

RIDI calls for employers to take part in Manpower cricket match

RIDI is urging employers to take part in Manpower’s visually impaired (VI) cricket match on Tuesday 30th May.

Roundtable: The Apprenticeship Levy, An Opportunity for Disability Inclusion?

The Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI) is bringing together leading industry representatives to discuss whether the recently introduced apprenticeship levy presents an opportunity to drive greater disability inclusion in the labour market.

Inaugural RIDI annual conference announced

Eversheds Sutherland to host first ever RIDI annual conference in October.

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Industry News

The Government’s Apprenticeship Levy requires all employers operating in the UK, with a pay bill over £3 million each year, to invest in apprenticeships.

Photo of Melanie Forbes, CEO of Guidant Group

Apprenticeship Levy and disability targets

The Government’s Apprenticeship Levy requires all employers operating in the UK, with a pay bill over £3 million each year, to invest in apprenticeships.

Building a jobs market that works for everyone

Recruiters are key to the government's inclusion agenda, says Tom Hadley.

Kate Headley, the Clear Company

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.

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