Banking on ability

Describes a mentoring initiative launched by Barclays Bank, which is aimed at unlocking the potential of its disabled employees. Colin Cottell Mentoring is groups, such as widely accepted as a powerful tool to develop staff. However, while mentoring programmes are often targeted at certain graduates or women, who may face particular developmental needs, another group has been largely ignored. More than three million people at work have a disability or a long-term health condition, according to Labour Force Survey figures. And this number is set to increase as Britain’s workforce ages. But few organisations have recognised the impact mentoring can […]

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