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Employers who don't make their vacancies known to people with disabilities are missing out on a significant talent pool to fill their vacancies. Isn't it time you gave these job-seekers an even break?

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We are keen to attract the best people from a wide range of sources. Our partnership with Evenbreak is pivotal in helping us attract talented disabled people for a wide range of roles within Network Rail.

Adrian Thomas, Head of Resourcing Network Rail

We recognise the importance of attracting candidates from the widest possible sources to supply our ever expanding business. Evenbreak ensures we promote our vacancies to individuals whose contribution to the business will be valued.

Carole Donaldson, Manager Resourcing Strategy John Lewis Partnership

Evenbreak are doing something innovative in the disabilities space and EY is keen to support this entrepreneurial approach whilst seeing it as an attractive route to access a talented pool of people.

Paul Scantlebury, Senior Manager, Recruitment EY

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