Case Studies

Here we provide some examples from both national and regional organisations. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ way of being an inclusive employer, but we hope these examples will provide you with some ideas that will help your organisation.

Types of Adjustments in Academia

A guide for staff and managers on the types of adjustments that can be agreed to support Disabled and neurodivergent staff from Nottingham University   Links Case studies for reasonable adjustments (     More resources here

Case Study- Difference North East

Read this blog by our Campaigns and Training Coordinator, Bea. She outlines her experience of our inclusive and accessible recruitment process. It’s not perfect, but we’re committed to making it work by being experimental and willing to learn. Links Inclusive Interview Process with Difference North East   Read more Case Studies here.

Neurodivergence in the Workplace

Bradburn Films and Atypical Support CIC are producing a new documentary about the barriers to employment for autistic and people. This lottery-funded project will focus on the positives of neurodivergence in the workplace. It will showcase examples of successful relationships between organisations and their neuro-diverse employees, and you can watch 2 of the promo trailers… Read more »

Case Study- Inclusion North

Inclusion North has an excellent Employers Guide Report detailing what they learned about inclusive recruitment when they undertook a project to diversify their team of expert advisers. Links Increasing diversity in the workforce- What we learned along the way.

Case Study- Barclays

Take a look at some of the inclusion initiatives that Barclays bank have in place in their Disability Policy. Links Disability Policy | Barclays (