Evenbreak are committed to making our website usable for everyone, whatever their abilities or disabilities.
If you have problems accessing or using anything on the website please let us know using our Contact form.
We welcome all constructive feedback regarding the accessibility of this website, which will be carefully considered.
Using your web browser, you can change the size of text on this website. You can also make other useful changes in in your computer generally. To find out what else you can do, visit My Web My Way.
ROKTalk provides a text-to-speech service, which enables you to hear the written text on this website spoken aloud for you to listen to.
ROKTalk also allows you to change the background colour as well as the font size and type to make it easier for you to read.
For more information about this toolbar, please visit the ROKTalk website.
We’ve worked hard to make sure that this website is accessible, however, you may find some difficulties. Our partners supply the content for their profiles and job descriptions. We make every effort to make sure that these are written in plain English, and do not contain too much jargon or abbreviations, but some may slip through our editorial net.
When used in conjunction with the tools available in the ROKTalk toolbar, all the templates of this website were found to be technically compliant to Level AAA of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. These guidelines are the internationally recognised benchmark for building accessible websites.
WCAG 2.0 explains how to make websites more accessible for people with disabilities. Conformity to these guidelines also makes websites more user-friendly for all people.
Whilst video content on the website has both a transcript and captions, it is not currently possible to provide video with audio description, nor with British Sign Language interpretation. Evenbreak is a not-for-profit social enterprise, and the costs associated with audio description and British Sign Language interpretation are not affordable for us at this time.
This statement was last updated on 28 April 2015, and follows the advice on accessibility statements in British Standard BS 8878.
Access to Work helps employers with the costs of providing reasonable adjustments for disabled employees. Find out more here.
There is no obligation for you to disclose a disability - it is your own decision. However, there are some things you might want to consider in making that decision.
At Lloyds Banking Group inclusion and diversity is central to building the best teams. Attracting a diverse range of talent is crucial to this and Evenbreak ensures that our vacancies are seen by disabled candidates with the skills we need
Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group