The EmployableQ Disability Employment Inclusion Toolkit

The EmployableQ toolkit provides a non-prescriptive set of resources to guide and support organisations to build inclusive, welcoming, and safe workplaces for LGBTI+ people with disability.  The Toolkit is underpinned by the 4 Pillars of Inclusion Framework:

  1. Creating A Culture Of Inclusion
  2. Feeling Safe In The Workplace
  3. Accessible Recruitment
  4. Access and Adjustments At Work

A co-design team was established to ensure that all resources reflect the needs of people who are both LGBTI and who have lived experience of disability.

Your Journey To An Inclusive and Accessible Workplace

Begin by using our self-assessment tool. Download as pdf. 

BEGIN HERE

Once you have an idea where you're starting from, turn good intentions into action using the tools provided below in each of the Four Pillars of Inclusion. All templates are available in editable Word format in the Zipped file linked at the bottom. 

WELCOME GUIDE

Download templates, forms and check-lists which can be customized or branded to your own organisation here: 

WORD TEMPLATES

Four Pillars of Inclusion Framework for the Toolkit

Creating a Culture of Inclusion - Illustration of a character on a rainbow road. Feeling Safe in the Workplace. Illustration of two people talking - Welcome.
Accessible Recruitment - Two people on Zoom using captions.
 Access and Adjustments at Work - Two people talk \

The Four Pillars summarise the four themes that structure the EmployableQ Toolkit. The indicators attached to each Pillar can be used to benchmark your organisation’s progress, and self-audit in terms of diversity and inclusion outcomes measurement.

1. Creating a Culture of Inclusion
2. Feeling Safe in the Workplace
3. Accessible Recruitment 
4. Access and Adjustments At Work


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