New Disability Confident schemes seeks to find untapped talent

The government has launched a new Disability Confident scheme aimed at giving employers the tools they need to recruit, retain and develop disabled people in their workforce.

Thu, 3 Nov 2016

The government has launched a new Disability Confident scheme aimed at giving employers the tools they need to recruit, retain and develop disabled people in their workforce.

The scheme, launched yesterday, will build on the first phase of Disability Confident, introduced in July 2013, which aims to get employers to think differently about...

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