Avoiding Dyslexia Discrimination in the Workplace

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Here’s another amazing resource that raises concerns on how to avoid discrimination for dyslexic employees or would-be employees.
 
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How to Avoid Dyslexia Discrimination in the Workplace
By Liz Burton


It’s estimated by Dyslexia Action that 6.3 million people in the UK have dyslexia, which is around 1 in 10.


Therefore, it is likely your business currently employs or will employ someone with dyslexia.


Dyslexia is classed as a disability, and in accordance with the Equality Act 2010, UK, you are required to make suitable adjustments to prevent discrimination.


This guide covers the following:

  1. What is Dyslexia Discrimination?
  2. How does Dyslexia Cause Difficulty at Work?
  3. Preventing Dyslexia Discrimination during Recruitment
  4. Preventing Dyslexia Discrimination in the Workplace
  5. Further Resources

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  1. Jacqueline Caskey   •  

    I am an adult with dyslexia and am currently going through the final stages of m PhD focusing on dyslexia in vocational education contexts in Australia. It is surprising how much discrimination is out there, even though many think it is their right to discriminate. Discrimination takes many paths and it would be simple to easily fix the problem; however, the problem is with the organisations and the management who set the stage for workplaces and employment. I believe that every person in a workplace needs training; not just those on the floor, working with people who have dyslexia. Training in equity (e.g., those from various cultures, with disabilities and in human rights) must be intended for all management roles in all organisations within Australia.

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