A survey of UK employers, on behalf of Leonard Cheshire Disability, around employing those with disabilities
- The majority (59%) of employers are aware of Access to Work
- The practicalities and cost of making workplace adjustments are often cited as barriers to employing disabled people according to employers (68% say practicalities; 66% say cost)
- Approaching half (46%) of employers report employing no disabled people at their organisation
Date Published: 21/02/2019
Categories: Business | Health | Professionals | Social | UK
Client: Leonard Cheshire Disability
ComRes interviewed 503 UK line managers responsible for or involved in the recruitment process online (‘employers’), from June 29th to July 19th 2018. Data were weighted to be nationally representative by UK region, sector type (public, private and non-sector), and by number of employees in the organisation. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by it’s rules.