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By law, all employers must treat all job applicants equally regardless of any conditions they may have. Some employers make it clear that they want disabled people to apply.
The Government runs Disability Confident, which replaces the ‘Two Ticks’ scheme.
If you want to get an interview under the scheme, you will need to say that you are disabled in your application.
Look for these symbols on job adverts.
Only Level 3 ‘leader’ organisations have been assessed by someone independent to see if they're meeting their commitments to disabled people.
Ask people in your network. If you are on LinkedIn, see if you are connected to someone who has worked at the company.
Your local job centre may also be able to help you to find disability-friendly companies in your area.
You can call larger employers and ask if there is a person responsible for including disabled people at work. If the employer feels comfortable answering this question, it can be a good sign.
Employers can still be inclusive, even if they don't say that they are. You should still apply, and ask for adjustments to your interview or to the role if you need them.
You can also contact the employer directly. You could ask them what they have in their policies to:
Hi! I am the assistant SENDCO at a primary school in London, where we run a themed week three times a year.
Hi my Son Conner is aged 18 and has aspergers, he is currently enroled on project search in Halifax and is currently on workplacement at the Halifax hospital. …
Does anyone know banks in UK that are willing to open a Trust Account as I wish to do so for my grandson.
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