The government's National Disability Strategy, which hit its first anniversary this week, has so far failed to positively impact the lives of disabled workers across the UK.
Disabled men are more likely to be unemployed than non-disabled men, disabled women and non-disabled women in the UK.
Disabled employees are concerned they will lose out on opportunities at work due to working remotely.
Companies, and society in general, are perceiving disabled workers in terms of what they can't do rather than looking at their potential.
Disabled workers are hiding their conditions in the workplace over fear for their career progression.
The UK government has exceeded targets to see a million more disabled people in work five years ahead of schedule, yet campaigners warn of the underlying disability employment gap.
As businesses of all stripes seek to widen their diversity of talent, apprenticeships are proving a useful and practical means of bringing those with disabilities into the workforce.
New data has revealed the gap in median pay between disabled employees and non-disabled employees improved marginally between 2019-21, but is still worse than it was in 2014 – and significant pay gaps...
Office designs are failing workers with neurodiverse needs by not accommodating for their differing sensory needs.
HR professionals have a key role to play when it comes to supporting Muslim employees during Ramadan, including planning a work day around fasting and giving workers the necessary time off.