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The influencers of disability management discuss Workplace Adjustments!
Dr Nasser Siabi (CEO at Microlink): “Having an external workplace adjustment service provider, raises disclosure due to the confidential nature of the service.”
Paulette Cohen (Director, Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays Bank): “Some of the techniques we’re using around mental health can also have a benefit of shifting a culture and challenging the stigma around the wider ability, so now we have the line managers telling the story.”
Raymond Dempsey (D&I Policy Manager at Cabinet Office): “Civil Service outlines plan to become the UK’s most inclusive employer by 2020. “
Mike Mason-Williams (Government & Infrastructure Account Director at KPMG UK): “Accessibility is the key component of Transport in the UK… Adjustments are not just for somebody else, it’s effecting everybody.”
Andy Garrett (Workplace Adjustments manager at GSK): “We chose at GSK to centre our focus on values, productivity and equipping people for success rather that outcome.”