What makes a great workplace?
Diverse workplaces are simply better for business, you might be missing out.
What does your workplace look like?
Workplaces that reflect their customers, staff and our communities are much better places to work and visit.
How can you make your workplace more diverse and inclusive?
You can help your teams to understand more about disability and living with a health condition by raising their awareness. This can be the first step in your organisation becoming more diverse and inclusive.
What is WorkABILITY Connect?
- WorkABILITY Connect aims to help you discover the benefits of employing people with disabilities or health conditions in your organisation.
- It’s a package that includes access to FREE resources and information.
- We can deliver brief presentations to your teams or you can complete an online survey as a starting point.
- Register for WorkABILITY Connect and gain access to a portal that houses a toolkit.
What’s in the toolkit?
- Information and Resources – Includes the business benefits of hiring people with disability.
- Training Modules – Three, easy to access online training packages help people build knowledge and understanding. Anyone can complete the training at any time and receive a certificate.
- Disability Access and Inclusion Basics (Approx 15 minutes) is a great place to start, designed for everyone in the organisation.
- Front Line Awareness (approx. 45 mins) and/or Diversity for Decision Makers (approx. 1 hour) courses can help further build on knowledge. They also provide the practical guidance needed about recruitment, through to selection and then placement. They address what you need to know and how to put in place the practices that underpin diverse workplaces.
- Awareness Materials – Email signatures, ad shells for company intranet sites, a Charter that can be displayed on notice boards and other materials.
- A Business Accessibility Plan (BAP) Template – This template can be used by any organisation to help drive activities in the workplace.
- Access to WorkABILITY Connect ‘Experts’ – Forrest Personnel has WorkABILITY Connect ‘experts’ who are trained, disability employment officers. They specialise in assisting with the development of organisational awareness around diversity, access and inclusion. Anyone in the organisation can ask questions or seek information from an ‘expert’.
- Regular Check-ins – Once an organisation signs up for WorkABILITY Connect, we will also include regular check-ins to support your efforts.