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A Dozen Brilliant Reasons to Employ Disabled People

A Dozen Brilliant Reasons to Employ Disabled People

If you have ever wanted to understand (or help others understand) the business case for employing disabled people, this is the definitive book for you. Using evidence from a wide range of research, case studies and personal experience, evey aspect of the workplace is examined in relation to inclusivity, providing a compelling business case relevant to every sector.

"This is the book I could have done with right at the start of my journey" (Michael Vermeersch, Microsoft)

"Every business should have a copy of this enlightening book" (Dr Phil Friend)

"An accessible, positive and informative read for anyone interested in the richness of difference in the workplace" (Francesca Martinez, comedian, author and activist)

"This book is an essential read for employers, key decision makers and anyone wanting to drive inclusive culture" (Jon Hull, Carillion plc)

"A Dozen Brilliant Reasons to Employ Disabled People" is available on Kindle and paperback

Disability Etiquette

Disability Etiquette

Many people feel embarrassed or awkward around disabled people. Fear of saying the wrong thing can mean the disabled person is ignored and isolated. This light-hearted book, illustrated with cartoons, will remove all that fear and help you feel confident around disabled people.

Available on Kindle


Diversity: The Business Benefits 

Diversity: The Business Benefits

There is much talk about Diversity being "good for business", but where is the evidence? This book explores research, studies and real life case studies. It is a must for anyone who wants to know, or who wants to convince others, of the bottom line business benefits of diversity.

Available on Kindle 


Disabled? Looking for Work?

Disabled? Looking for Work?

Job seeking is hard enough, and even more so if you happen to be disabled. This book takes you through the things you might want to think about if you are disabled and looking for work.

Available on Kindle


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Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group