Money available to bridge ‘disability employment gap’, says minister

A government minister has urged employers to take advantage of government funding to increase the numbers of disabled people in work.

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 | By Colin Cottell

A government minister has urged employers to take advantage of government funding to increase the numbers of disabled people in work.

Speaking at an event in London this morning to promote Disability Confident, a campaign to remove barriers to employment for disabled people, minister for...

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