Many people don’t disclose their hearing loss at work. They worry that doing so will negatively impact their job prospects and how their colleagues and employer will see them.
Making your workplace inclusive can change that. Find advice on what technology, training opportunities and communication support services can help.
Training for your workplace
There are many ways employers and service providers can ensure people who are deaf or have hearing loss are supported at work. Explore what kinds of communication support are available.
British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters
Learn how a BSL interpreter can benefit your staff or customers.
Learning how to communicate with people who are deaf or have hearing loss is a huge part of making people feel seen, heard and involved. These tips can help you to do that at work.
How to communicate with some who is deaf or has hearing loss
Our tips to help you speak to staff or customers who are deaf or have hearing loss.
Technology to help with communication
Using accessibility features on apps
How to use accessibility features on video conferencing apps
Read our guides to accessibility features on Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.