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The Importance of Workplace Disability Awareness Training  

Over seven million people of working age in the UK have a disability, and employment opportunities for this huge cohort are still woefully inadequate.   For many people with disabilities however, finding employment that matches their skills and experience is often not the end of discriminatory employment practice, but the beginning.   Disability discrimination   Many people with disabilities report feeling marginalised within the workplace not only by managerial...
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Will I lose my job if I have lost my vision?

With over 200 people being diagnosed every week with an eye condition in work which cannot be corrected by the wearing of glasses or contact lenses, there is a lot of people struggling to keep working. Many will even be in fear of their uncertain future and may not get the advice and support they...
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5 Ways Visually Impaired People Can Impress at an Interview

Have you got a job interview coming up? Here are five things you can do to make an impression on the people who could be your future employers. 1: Dress smart and be punctual First impressions are everything in an interview.  If you dress smartly and arrive on time, this will make a good impression. ...
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Finding a Job

Let me introduce myself, I’m Tehani Taylor and I live in Wales.  I’m lucky enough to work part time for visualise within their communications team.  I am register blind but I have a small amount of usable sight. My experience of finding employment as a person who is registered blind In this day and age,...
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