Initial ‘Walk Through’
Workshop – Recruiting and Interviewing Diverse Candidates
•TAP will conduct a walk through with key stake holders to establish organisation’srecruitment route, the process involved and the requirements of each stage.
•The purpose of conducting a walk through is for TAP to identify any unnecessary barriers within the recruitment route, the process involved and the requirements of each stage.
•TAP will test the accessibility of organisation’sinitial application submission process and produce a report on its findings and recommendations.
•The purpose of TAP testing organisation’sinitial application submission process is it to highlight areas of proficiency and where improvements can be made. The aim is to improve organsation’sapplication accessibility, to attract a more diverse talent pool, without discrimination and demographics within disability that might currently be excluded
•A constructive session aimed at designing and constructing the recruitment process to be inclusive and accessible from the start and to ensure that all aspects of the process allow candidates with disabilities the opportunity to give the optimum account of themselves
•To identify existing ‘issues’ in the recruitment process and to develop and implement customisablechanges that provide accessibility to candidates with disability including how managers and people involved in the process interact with candidates.
Workshop – Onboarding Candidates with a Disability
Testing the Recruitment Process with ‘live’ roles and candidates
•To have discussions and activities focused on integrating and onboarding candidates with a disability. To give “tips and tricks” for employing and retaining someone with a disability.
Begin developing an understanding as to what additions or changes can be made to the current onboarding process to facilitate candidates with a disability. To think about and assess some of the strategies which can be used to integrate disabled candidates into the workplace.
•Managing staff members or just simply dealing with people who have a disability is sometimes an uncomfortable situation for some people, leaving them not knowing what to say, how to act or in some cases how to include into work or the everyday situation. This practical, coaching style workshop will challenge your beliefs, feelings and processes as a manager and highlight some quick ways on how to be more inclusive within your own department.
•The purpose of this workshop is to: •Enable managers, or future managers to be more comfortable and supportive when managing team members that have disabilities •To aid in normalising these disabilities and to break down the barriers preventing inclusion •Enable managers to provide the correct support to team members, unlocking their full potential and in turn achieving team success and cohesion.
•We would recommend doing this across a variety of role types in order that you can appeal to the diversity within the disability demographic. It will also give more depth into the insight of the current recruitment processes and approaches.
•Report detailing problem areas and recommendations •Attraction •Managing the candidates through the process •Assisting the recruiters •Placement of successful candidate(s) •Ongoing support of candidate and manager