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One of our ambitions is to become the most accessible & inclusive FTSE org. Tweets about accessibility & disability issues. For a/c queries use .
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Barclays Access Jun 20
Congratulations to all the brilliant film makers!
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Barclays Access Jun 20
And the winner is... Diversity Against Adversity, with 'Kenny Rei and the Spicy Ladies', a stark reminder that disabilities take many forms.
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Barclays Access Jun 20
Second place goes to 'Barrier' by Wolf Pack - who were last year's winners! A great window into the world of recruitment for people with disabilities. How accessible are your recruitment processes?
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Barclays Access Jun 20
'Luke Living Life' is a film about Luke, who has aspergers. He shares how his anxiety affected his life during his studies and how he's feeling more included now at university.
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Barclays Access Jun 20
In third place is 'Mike' made by his employee Edgar Scukins, who is proud to also call Mike his friend. A tender look into how Mike manages his disability, alongside his 30 year career and a family.
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Barclays Access Jun 20
The first film shown was an insightful and reflective view of depression in young people. Really touching, well done to the makers.
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Barclays Access Jun 20
All of the films were made by talented students, definitely ones to watch in the future! Video below of candyfloss being made.
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Barclays Access Jun 20
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Barclays Access Jun 20
We're here at the for the first showing of our new video about how accessible products & services impact on real lives and other great films from orgs championing . Get your popcorn!
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Barclays Access Jun 20
We have recorded a number of voiced descriptions of our accessible services, which you can find on using this link: Happy listening! 🎧. Kathryn
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GuidedogJackie Jun 20
The sign use for allowing Assistance Dogs in should be used everywhere. Simple, clear and straight to the point
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Bank Workers Charity Jun 20
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A quick reminder of our accessibility explainer videos, you can view the playlist here:
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A6 It may take a big legal case to demonstrate how inaccessibility is a risk for businesses. We have to try to reinforce the legal ramifications and the size of the potential loss of business from 15% of our global population.
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A5 AI has the potential to analyse how we use tech & find quicker ways to do things for us. It can be hard to change habits but sometimes works better in the long run. Imagine Tinder for AT!
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A3 Most people are used to working in one way and considering things that are familiar for them - we naturally base our work on our own experiences. We can avoid overlooking a11y by putting proper checkpoints/processes in place & having PwD involved at every stage.
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A4 Productivity with minimal fuss/change and cost is a winning combination when it comes to promoting the benefits of any new solution, especially as we see workforce wellbeing as increasingly important for success.
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A2 Sharing the positive stories showing the benefits of employing PwD for both sides always helps to get businesses thinking. It can be seen as the hardest group to support unfortunately.
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Barclays Access Jun 19
A1 The age requires to embrace new and know how to use it in a way that others can easily engage with. now matter more than ever.
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Barclays Access Jun 19
Come and join in tonight with Nasser Siabi, covering a range of topics including , and the . Tonight at 8pm BST
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