There are a variety of organisations that are available to help companies make their recruitment practices more inclusive. This is a selection of what is available, which has come from the work that the action group did.
The Academy does not endorse any of these organisations and each company needs to ascertain whether what the organisation is offering is of value to them. Some of the resources are free, others require a membership fee or a cost per service.
Remploy is the UK’s leading disability specialist, with more than 70 years’ experience in delivering employment and skills support.
Ingeus helps governments and employers design and deliver services to solve complex challenges caused by social and technological change.
ENEI works with its member organisations to achieve and promote best practice in equality and inclusion in the workplace.
WISE enables and energises people in business, industry and education to increase the participation, contribution and success of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Leonard Cheshire support individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Led by people with experience of disability, they are at the heart of local life - opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities around the globe.
The Clear Company
The Clear Company are established experts in inclusive recruitment and talent management, providing inclusive recruitment reviews, digital and face to face learning solutions, the Clear Assured Inclusion standard and workplace adjustments management.
VERCIDA is values, equality, respect, culture, inclusion, diversity, accessibility. They have an online careers site that supports people from diverse backgrounds.
Evenbreak is a not-for-profit social enterprise that was formed to achieve three aims:
To help inclusive employers attract more talented disabled people;
To help disabled jobseekers find work with employers who will value their skills;
To promote the business benefits of employing disabled people.
Global leaders in authentic assessment tools.
Strengths-based recruitment consultants who work with organisations to achieve their recruitment needs.
Disability Confident employer scheme and guidance
Guidance and resources about employing disabled people and how the Disability Confident employer scheme can help your business.
The Gender Decoder is a tool which helps identify language that is ‘gender-coded’. Society has certain expectations of what men and women are like, and how they differ, and this seeps into the language used.
DILG member companies
These resources have been shared by the organisations who were part of the action group and produced the case studies. They are examples of inclusive recruitment activities that the organisations have found successful and that other organisations might find useful.
See how Airbus celebrated its involvement in Pride in its internal communications channels.
Airbus - Chester Pride Week (335.22 KB)
Airbus has produced a trans policy to help all employees.
Airbus - trans policy (211.13 KB)
Atkins has produced a sample job description for an engineer using gender neutral language.
Atkins - sample job description (130.84 KB)
Mott MacDonald has shared its diversity goals document.
Mott MacDonald - EDI goals 2018 (38.95 KB)