3. Accessible Recruitment

Pillar 3. Our organisation has an inclusive job application process which prioritises accessibility.

For organisations that want to focus on talent attraction of LGBTI+ people with disability, the resources that sit under Pillar 3 includes a step-by-step guide to more inclusive recruitment processes for LGBTI+ people with disability, information about how to engage with a Disability Employment Services provider, a template that your organisation can use to create accessible job advertisements, and a job interview feedback form which your HR team can send to candidates to seek their feedback about accessibility at the job interview stage.

All templates are available in editable Word format in the Zipped file linked at the bottom.

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3.1. The Pathway to Accessible Recruitment:

A step-by-step guide to making your organisation’s recruitment process more inclusive and accessible towards LGBTI+ people with disability.
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3.2. Engaging with Disability Employment Services:

An informative resource which outlines how to engage with a DES provider and what support they can offer your organisation.
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3.3. Accessible Job Advertisement Guide:

A guide and template your organisation can follow to create an accessible job advertisement. Download 3.3 Template in Word.
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3.4. Job Interview Feedback Form:

A survey your organisation can send to your candidates after they have attended a job interview to assess the accessibility of the interview. Download 3.3 Template in Word.


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