Charity says too many employers have ‘wrong idea’ about hiring disabled people

The Leonard Cheshire Disability charity said its poll of more than 500 employers showed that one in five managers say they would be less likely to employ a disabled person, believing they would struggle to do the job or citing concerns about the cost of workplace adjustments. (Andrew Matthews/PA Wire)
The Leonard Cheshire Disability charity said its poll of more than 500 employers showed that one in five managers say they would be less likely to employ a disabled person, believing they would struggle to do the job or citing concerns about the cost of workplace adjustments. (Andrew Matthews/PA Wire)