Increasing disabled and neurodiverse employment inclusion for organisations
What is Bua?
Bua sparks change for organisations to increase disabled and neurodiverse employment inclusion.
What does that mean?
- organisation talks, training and practical tips to maximise disabled and neurodiverse inclusion.
- accessible individual training and development, to support access to sustainable, salaried employment.
Get in touch to discuss how we could work together.
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Bua believes that the stark under-representation of disabled and neurodiverse people in employment needs to change.
We define disability (including long-term health conditions) and neurodiversity as anyone who self-identifies as such, following the social model of disability.
We address barriers for both disabled and neurodiverse people not because these needs are similar, but because with simple changes you can make your organisation more inclusive for everyone. This extends into other protected characteristics.
Our social mission is to increase the number of disabled and neurodiverse people in sustainable, salaried employment.
By working with Bua, you will not only increase representation of disabled and neurodiverse people in your organisation, but also at Bua. Working with Bua means more disabled and neurodiverse people can access training and development, we can employ more disabled and neurodiverse people and we can continue operating.
How does it work?
We have an hour-long meeting with you to discuss your priorities, needs and wants, and timeline. This might include beginning to build a business case for diversity and inclusion at your organisation.
Bua will facilitate an awareness session for your employees about disability and neurodiversity in the workplace. This will include some discussion points for employees to share experiences.
Bua will then design and analyse results from an anonymous employee survey, allowing people to openly and safely share their inclusion experiences in the workplace. This will help to dictate changes that need to take place.
Bua will also take a wider look at your organisation’s policies and practices around disability and neurodiversity inclusion, including looking at access to technology, digital landscapes, culture and supply chains.
Bua will regularly meet with project leaders to develop a strategy for change, helping your organisation to become more inclusive.