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Use Guide 12 when considering recruitment and retention – whether of staff, volunteers or trustees – as a practical source of advice on ways to ensure fair treatment for all disabled people in the workplace.
1. Employing disabled people: what it means; Attitudes, Some common misconceptions; Impact on your organisation; Physical access
Attracting disabled candidates: Supported work placements; Describing and advertising the job; Examples of potentially off-putting requirements; Shortlisting: be fair; Interviewing: tips for a fair hearing; Unsuccessful candidates
The disabled employee: Preparing to start work; Support services; Working in different ways; Management and mentoring
Keeping your employee: Flexibility and attention; Retaining disabled staff
More than employment: Volunteers, Board members and trustees; Work experience; Apprentices and work placement