The BDF and the CIPD currently support a voluntary approach to disability workforce reporting and the need for meaningful action in this area that will drive genuine change. Our findings show that we need a considerable step change on the part of most employers to meet any future mandatory requirement on them to report and publish people data on disability.
This report is also supported by our Disability workforce reporting guide, which is aimed at anyone involved in developing and managing disability workforce data for organisations. It takes a nine-step approach to allow organisations to apply what is meaningful to their own context.
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