BBC2 'Employable Me' star explains how to create an inclusive workplace

BBC2 'Employable Me' star explains how to create an inclusive workplace

Government research has found that up to one million disabled candidates are being locked out of work due to their condition. BBC 2’s new series Employable Me, has shed light on the issue, through taking us on the arduous journey those with disabilities embark on to find employment.

The first episode of series two, saw the journey of 52-year-old Andy, the former Managing Director of California Superbike School, whose career came to a sudden halt when he had a stroke. The former trainer to some of Moto GP’s finest riders, struggled to find work, setback by both his disability and employer attitudes. He longed to work, at any job, he said “to show that I’m needed.”

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