As part of our mission to ensure that disabled people have active and influential roles in arts and culture, we promote inclusive practices around employment, whether in regards leadership positions or wider roles as part of a skilled workforce.
If you are looking to make your workforce more diverse or to make your workplace more accessible, please get in touch with our Access & Training team via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7424 7330.
There are strong arguments for increasing the employment of disabled people quite apart from issues of fairness and disabled people’s rights under the law. For example, research has shown that…
✓FACT: Organisations that employ disabled people tend to be better employers for everyone: working conditions are better and everyone who works there tends to be happier, so they work harder and better.
✓FACT: Disabled people can bring well-developed creative problem-solving skills to their job. This helps everyone in that organisation.
✓FACT: Many disabled people take less time off sick than non disabled people.
✓FACT: Organisations who want to employ disabled people have more people to choose from when they’re looking for new employees so they’ve got a better chance of getting the right person for the job.
Find out more about the working life of some of the disabled creatives we work with and support: