9 Steps for an Effective Corporate Disability Inclusion Policy: A CoBS Research Pod
9 Steps for an Effective Corporate Disability Inclusion Policy. The disability employment gap has widened in recent years, and is set to be a key issue on the agenda for companies and organisations post-Covid. Why is the tone from the top essential? How can employees with a disability become true assets for teams and projects? And how can HR set up effective reporting systems?
Kim Hoque, Professor of Human Resource Management and Director of the Industrial Relations Research Unit at Warwick Business School, draws on his research and work into disability inclusion to provide a 9-step checklist for effective development and roll out of disability policy for your company or organisation.
Disability and the Employment Gap: 9 Steps for an Effective Corporate Disability Inclusion Policy. The latest in an ongoing series of Council on Business & Society Research Pods – condensed learning capsules inspired from internationally published research in the fields of CSR, management & leadership, HR, sustainable finance & reporting, social enterprise, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and sustainable business practices.
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