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#oneworkforce is the idea that in the world of work everybody has an equal opportunity, defined by what they ‘can do’. Differences are acknowledged and appreciated, traditional measures of performance are redefined, and every individual is able to achieve their full potential.

Too often, companies fall back on traditional ideas or default processes in hiring, promoting and investing, and ignore potential in other areas.

#oneworkforce acknowledges that as society strives for equality and the opportunity for everyone to live full lives, our places of work also need to reflect these ideals.

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Understanding Money: The Disability Pay Gap Devalues Disabled People

Money can say a lot about underlying beliefs. It’s much more than a medium of exchange: it shows you what a society prioritises, what it respects and who it values. The monetary value ascribed to something or someone often speaks volumes of society’s views. So, what then of the disability pay gap? The news towards…

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The question “what do you say to disabled people?” should not be a question that needs asking. Disabled people don’t type “what do you say to able-bodied people?” into Google. Why would they? (I’ve just tried it, the results were fascinating). It is estimated that approximately 15% of people across the globe have some form…

Sunflower Lanyards: Does ‘One Size Fit All?’

According to Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard Scheme®, the concept of the Sunflower Lanyard “originated in 2016 when London Gatwick Airport asked “How can we recognise that one of our passengers may have a non-obvious disability?”. The answer was to create a lanyard with a simple sunflower design on a green background. The lanyards intended to…


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