Sandra shares how she tackles the challenges of hearing loss in the workplace and in everyday life.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched new Access to Work ‘Adjustments Planners’ to support disabled people into work.
The government has announced a consultation on the Work Capability Assessment (WCA) and how disabled people, including those who are deaf or have hearing loss, are being assessed as fit for work.
In our final instalment of this series, we look at the need for employers to take a holistic approach to improve outcomes for staff with hearing loss.
In our third of a series of deep dives on the report with Claire Lavery, Associate Director for Employment we look at the challenges line managers face when supporting staff with hearing loss.
Second in the series of deep dives on the report with Claire Lavery, Associate Director for Employment, we look at the important role that senior leaders play in championing hearing loss at work.
The first in our employment blog series with Claire Lavery. By encouraging open discussion on hearing loss at work, people will feel more confident and comfortable to disclose their own needs, and organisations will be better equipped with the information they need to put support in place.
Access to Work delays are putting the jobs of deaf people and people with hearing loss or tinnitus at risk.
When deaf people and those with hearing loss use financial services such as banks or insurance companies, they want to experience a service that is accessible and inclusive.
We are pleased to launch our new report which shares insight from employers, and recommendations from us, about how employers can become more inclusive for staff members who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus.