It’s been a busy summer for everyone at TAP. In the lead up to our official launch, we were delighted to receive a huge amount of media attention, successfully putting TAP on the map as the UK’s first ever disability-led recruitment consultancy.
From national newspapers to business publications, everyone’s talking about TAP. In this blog, we’ve out listed some of our latest press coverage both so you can find out more about us as an organisation and so you can see the public’s positive reaction to TAP.
TAP’s Co-founder and Managing Director, Liz Johnson had the pleasure of being interviewed for a feature in national newspaper: The Independent. Throughout this piece, Liz speaks frankly about her own experiences as a disabled individual, while also sharing her personal motivations and aspirations for TAP.
Read the full article here.
We were delighted to have one of the UK’s leading disability lifestyle magazines, Able Magazine cover TAP’s exciting launch. The article details the nature of the business, as well as featuring quotes from Ben Weston (Head of Business Services for Guidant Group) discussing Guidant Group’s partnership with TAP. Check out the full feature here.
Since the article was published, we’ve also become members of Able Magazine’s ‘Be The Difference’ Employment Initiative. Through this exciting collaboration, TAP will be advertising particular jobs we’re recruiting for on Able Magazine’s website in the hope of encouraging employers to increase diversity in the workplace.
At the beginning of August, we were delighted to be featured in well-known online business publication, SME Magazine. The article – written by Liz herself – explored TAP as a new business, focusing on what we hope to achieve as we take on the stereotypes rooted in both the recruitment industry as well towards disabled individuals in the workplace. Read the full article here.
It wasn’t just Liz the world wanted to hear from; TAP’s specialist NextGen consultant, Adil Ghani featured on the popular news and blog site, Huffington Post. In Adil’s honest blog he details his experiences as a severely disabled individual looking for a job. He also shares what he hopes to achieve while working at TAP, acting as a role model for young people with disabilities. Read the full blog here.
In addition to those publications mentioned above, we’re also honoured to be featured in the following:
We’re all extremely grateful for the public support we’ve received, so on behalf of everyone at TAP – thank you!
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