Not discrimination (cont.): the ‘Two Ticks’ scheme

I wrote a blog previously that disabled people often see the ‘Two Ticks’ scheme as a tickbox excercise but now there is research to prove that it is the case.

The government’s “Two Ticks” scheme to recognise companies that encourage disabled people to apply for job vacancies is nothing more than an “empty shell” used as a public relations tool, according to new research.

The “positive about disability” symbol is run by Jobcentre Plus, but the research by academics at two business schools found that thousands of companies that used it were no better than those that did not…

For the rest of that read John Pring at Disability News Service : Two Ticks set for reform, as researchers call it ‘an empty shell’

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