Skip to main content
Remploy Search Mobile menu toggle

Retaining disabled talent

Retaining and developing talent is a challenge for any business.

This is especially true in our current economic climate with skills shortages and the rising cost of training new recruits. Being able to support employees with a disability or health condition can be daunting, but it needn’t be.

Workplace Mental Health Support Service

Remploy, in partnership with Access to Work and fully funded by the Department of Work and Pensions, provides free support to employees who are absent from work, or finding work difficult due to challenges with their mental health. To learn more about how you and your employees can benefit from this free service click here

Supporting Apprentices Service

We also have a specialist service for apprentices. Our free service will help your apprentices overcome any difficulties they are experiencing at work due to mental health issues, so that they can remain a valuable asset to your company. To learn more about how you and your apprentices can benefit from this free service click here.

Workplace adjustments

Having a disability or health condition can have a detrimental impact on a person’s physical and mental health, and in turn, their performance in work. But in most cases, a simple workplace adjustment can enable them to be a valuable and productive member of any team. Working with organisations like the BBC and BT, Remploy are experts in the delivery of contracted or ad hoc workplace adjustment services. Click here to learn more about how we can help you and your business.

Disability awareness

Ensuring that your line managers have the right levels of skill and confidence is the first and most important step. Remploy are able to deliver a variety of learning packages aimed at helping line managers improve the support they can offer employees. To find out more click here or visit our Resources section to access a variety of free advice and guidance to get you started.

Disability Confident

More and more businesses are seeing the value of becoming Disability Confident. As an accredited Disability Confident Leader, we are uniquely qualified to support you in your journey, click here to learn more.

For further information contact us today or email employers@remploy.co.uk.