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Show how much you care about healthcare.

  Do you care about maintaining standards in the nursing and midwifery professions? Do you care about people, fairness and transparency? Then you should join the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s Fitness to Practise panel. The Nursing and Midwifery Council regulates nurses and midwives in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. We exist to protect the public,…

What Problems do Dyslexic People Face in the Legal Professions?

Just a few short decades ago hardly anyone had heard of dyslexia and children who had the learning disability were left to struggle and were often told they were lazy or stupid. Now, thankfully, we know a lot better and most dyslexic children and students are identified and given help so that they can access…

How The Parcel Delivery Industry Is Becoming More Accessible

Having been at the forefront of industry discussions for quite some time now and the question we need to ask today is what industries are doing to improve and whether or not it’s quite good enough. The parcel delivery industry, in particular, is one that has a lot of potentialto improve. From increasing the availability of…

Employment appeal tribunals and disabled people

The UK employment legislation is quite extensive and those who have been wronged during work hours or have been dismissed without solid grounds have several options they can resort. Of course, these are just two of the most common issues employees face when they consider they have been subject to unfair treatment at work. There…

Accessible City Breaks

With over 11 million disabled people in the UK cities are becoming ever more accessible for those with limited mobility. In a study by the Papworth Trust it was found that 57% of those with a disability in the UK struggle with mobility. Therefore, Easypay Mobility have decided to look at the most accessible cities in the…

The importance of office hygiene for disabled people at work

Disabled people should have the freedom to work, learn and engage to their full potential – both in their family life and local communities. But when it comes to health and wellbeing the considerations most employers put into place are not the same for those with a disability; there are concepts that broadly affect the…

I’ve Lost My Sight, Will I Lose My Job?

This is a guest post from Daniel Williams from Visualise Training and Consultancy. Will I lose my job if I have lost my vision? With over 200 people being diagnosed every week with an eye condition in work which cannot be corrected by the wearing of glasses or contact lenses, there is a lot of…

Paid Summer Internship at Top Insurance Firm

Evenbreak is looking for a number of talented disabled students to put forward for an amazing paid internship with Miller Insurance – a leading player in the London insurance sector. Miller Insurance are keen to attract a diverse range of candidates and have ring fenced one of the internships specifically for a disabled candidate. You…

Ever Considered a Career in TV Production? Why Not?

By its very nature, the TV industry needs a diversity of people, skills, talents, ideas and perspectives in order to come up with new and exciting ideas and put them into practice. People who are good at seeing things differently, used to overcoming obstacles. People who are brilliant at detail, and people who are great…

Could you be on National Trust’s Council?

The National Trust are currently advertising for a new Council Member. Philip Monk is part of the National Trust’s Council and a local volunteer ranger. Here, he brings to life what it means to be part of the Council – and why you should think about joining too. I’ve been part of the Council for around…