Did you know that people are much more likely to buy from businesses who act socially responsible?
In addition to this, studies from Australian and around the world consistently show that businesses that embrace inclusivity and diversity in the workplace are more innovative, have higher performing teams, and are much more attractive to new recruits.
As an inclusive employer we know you already know this, we thought however we’d help you share this information with your customers and the community by providing you with this promotional toolkit providing everything you need to start promoting the good work you are doing.
If you have any questions or would like further information about how you can promote your partnership with STEPS please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
ABOUT STEPS EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS
STEPS Employment Solutions is a disability employment service passionate about helping people with a disability, illness or injury find work. We offer free recruitment services to businesses and organisations helping to solve your recruitment needs and broader business goals. STEPS can assist with ongoing workplace support for you and your new employee, and can provide information about wage subsidies.
FOR YOUR WEBSITE
[Your Business Name Here] is an equal opportunity employer and proud partner of STEPS Employment Solutions. We believe that creating inclusive workplaces is everyone’s business.
Post 1: We value diversity in the workplace, that’s why we are an inclusive employer.
Post 2: We hire ability, we have an inclusive workplace.
Post 3: Creating an inclusive workplace is everyone’s business.
Post 4: We focus on ability and inclusivity!
Facebook – @stepsemploymentsolutions
LinkedIn – @stepgroupaustralia
Twitter – @STEPSGroup
Instagram – @stepsgroupaustralia
#STEPS #disabilityemployment #disabilityinclusion #disabilitynotinability
When you are writing the word STEPS, we would really like it if you could use capitals, please.
STEPS is committed to promoting inclusive communities and reducing the stigma associated with disability. We believe that no one should be defined by their disability, but by their individual personality, experiences, skills and values.
When writing or talking about people with a disability we ask that you be mindful not to use terminology that may offend. The correct term when referring to people with a disability is people with a disability. You may also use someone with a disability or a person with a disability.
Terms to avoid include:
- Disabled person/people
- Mental or physical disabilities (avoid categorising disabilities, including descriptions such as Down syndrome, Schizophrenia, Blind, etc.)
- They/them to describe people with a disability as a group
- Less fortunate
- Comparisons to “normal” people
Any other terms that may be considered insulting, condescending or patronising, or adds to stigma.
The toolkit contains logo files, social graphics and other related resources