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Fit For Work- Guidance for Employers

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Fit for Work helps you to manage sickness absence in your work place and provides you, your employee and their GP with access to work-related health advice For Employer: You […]

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RNIB This IS Working 3

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It is a common misperception among employers that people with sight loss can’t sustain real careers in the mainstream workplace, and that they, as employers, couldn’t possibly accommodate them. According […]

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Employer’s Guide to Autism

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Values Into Action Scotland support the rights, choice and control for people with learning difficulties and individuals on the autistic spectrum. They have created a video to aid employers to […]

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Community Jobs Scotland launches fifth year

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Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) creates work opportunities for young people within third sector organisations in Scotland- Employer applications will be accepted from Monday 15 June 2015. There are two developments […]

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Next week is Scottish Apprenticeship Week 18- 21st May 2015

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The fifth annual Scottish Apprenticeship Week is approaching fast, and employers and prospective apprentices alike are starting to get excited for the events to come. Skills Development Scotland has organised […]

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New research reveals people fear impact of disclosing mental health conditions in the workplace

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Nearly half of Scottish workers say people don’t tell their employers about mental health problems for fear of losing their job, according to new figures released by See Me. See […]

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‘A Good Life’ Revolving Doors Agency

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A new report published by Revolving Doors Agency looks at what people facing multiple and complex needs identify as important for a ‘good life’. The research encouraged a group of people […]

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Inclusion Scotland are partners in new £5 million research project into issues and challenges facing disabled people

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The issues and challenges facing disabled people will soon be better understood thanks to new research made possible with a £5 million grant from the Big Lottery Fund. Disability Action […]

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Category: Research

Peer Led Community Cafe March 2015

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The Hope Café Lanarkshire is a new peer led project in Lanarkshire.  We want to provide opportunities for people within Lanarkshire to engage in activities that are proven to support […]

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Action on Access to Work

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The current employability landscape in Scotland is diverse and complex. The UK government has statutory responsibilities for the provision of employment services including those delivered through competitive tendered contracts and […]

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Category: Access to Work