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Business Disability Forum
Business Disability Forum (BDF) is a not-for-profit membership organisation that makes it easier to do business with and employ disabled people.
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Tom Casson 17h
Great day at the Business Disability Forum conference. Great to meet so many new people and see familiar faces ! Thank you , and the rest of the awesome team 👏👍😀 Time to enjoy the sunshine!
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Nancy Doyle 18h
Bigging up the at the BDF conference today keep up the stonking good work all!
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Business Disability Forum 19h
. - great that question is moving from "why" to "how" on inclusion
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Nancy Doyle 19h
influencing design priorities to ensure inclusion. Did you know there is a 'check for accessibility' function available in MSword and PowerPoint?
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Texthelp for Work 19h
What a great event. Thank you to for having us :) If you didn’t get a chance to say hello to us, don’t worry - you can find out more about us and our accessibility solutions here:
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Paige Horton 21h
BYOD (bring your own device) session at annual conference showing participants how to make their own devices more
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Microlink 20h
Sir Martin Lewis CBE opens the panel on the future of work and inclusion with Barclays, ’a solution for one is a solution for many’
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Microlink 19h
HSBC says ‘intent creates action BUT the belief has to be there, setting the tone from the top, not just the CEO but all managers & leaders within the organisation’ great debate
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Business Disability Forum 19h
The Future of Work panel : "culture is key!"
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Nasser Siabi 19h
Fiona Daniel forward thinking on society for the future and how these affect our organisation from employee and customer perspective using technology to be inclusive for all like talking cash machine and voice recognition for security.
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Business Disability Forum 19h
. Fiona Daniel : orgs must upgrade and update continuously - every day
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Victoria Garcia 19h
absolutely brilliant the information you have just shared on accessibility at today.
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Business Disability Forum 19h
Fiona Daniel : "the future is now" and technology goes hand in hand with evolution of workplaces and enabling all
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Delphine Leveneur 19h
Can only fully agree with that drives not the contrary. is a . You won’t design accessible tools unless you have in your workforce.
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EmployerDisInfo 19h
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Business Disability Forum 19h
. - accessibility necessary for business function and can be solution
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Nancy Doyle 19h
such an important point - when some trainees do well at work but fail exams - are the exams fit for purpose? Do they reflect modern practice? If not, change the exams.
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Microlink 19h
conferece says ‘geek workers’ are needed more & more as we advance rapidly towards an exciting inclusive workplace. Brilliant expert panel discussion
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Delphine Leveneur 20h
says “Let’s embrace technology.” Thanks for the great example of not only being for users with - Have you ever walked to an ATM on a sunny day? Plug your headphones in a ATM
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Business Disability Forum 20h
., , and discuss the future of work with @sirmartynlewis
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