Making Diversity Easier - A quick survey about employing disabled people

20th September 2017

Sheffield Employers, we need you! Take our quick online survey and tell us how employing disabled people can be made easier for you.

We are a small a team working on the 'Getting On, Keeping On' research project at Disability Sheffield. We have been asked to find out the issues employers have recruiting and retaining disabled people. In the past the focus has been on the issues disabled people faced; this time we want to look at these issues from an employer's perspective. This is your chance to tell us the difficulties you have, and how things could be improved. The information gathered from this could help make employers work lives easier and their workforce more diverse. You can really help make a difference by filling in our online survey, it will only take a few minutes of your time and it is completely anonymous. Please click the following link to be taken to the online survey:

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