‘Going to work’ looks very different to what it was 20 years ago. Thanks to advancements in technology, being able to work flexibly and from anywhere in the world has become the norm.
These technological strides have the potential to unlock the potential of millions of disabled employees – but also to present barriers if they are not approached carefully.
So what could changing workplaces mean for your disabled employees? How might these technological advancements be affecting your organisation already?
Business Disability Forum’s conference on 18 April 2018 ‘Disability in the modern workplace’ will cover:
- The future of work
- Identity and multi-generational working
- Disability in the global workplace
- Career development
The former BBC and ITV news anchor Sir Martyn Lewis will be leading the discussion with business leaders from organisations such as Shell, GlaxoSmithKline, Accenture, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Genius Within, Manchester Metropolitan University and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).