Monday, 23 February 2009

Having Scope and doing little about it

Scope is a leading UK disability organisation with more than 50 years experience in providing support to disabled people to increase their employment opportunities. The Welsh Assembly Government is a devolved government with nearly 10 years experience of falling short as an employer in the area of equal opportunities.

The development of the Leadership Recruitment Programme by Scope promotes awareness of staff diversity and the contribution disabled people can make to the workplace. It also aims to ensure that disabled people of graduate calibre achieve equality and are valued in society, rather than being overlooked.

Last month the programme marked a year since ending its first 12-month trial of running in the Welsh Assembly Government, who was one of many high-profile employers taking part.

Not a bad ongoing gesture from an organisation that seems to fail in this area, and needs to show a vast improvement when it comes to equal opportunities.

7 comments:

Anonymous 26 February 2009 at 10:27  

R.I.P WAGSTAFF PRESENTS.

have a break. Have a kit kat 26 February 2009 at 16:42  

It's amusing that people think that just because a person is a little light on blogging, that they've gone for good.

Anonymous 1 March 2009 at 13:02  

It's amusing that since Miss Wagstaff got her legal threats this blog has died as he keeps taking extended blogging breaks and "family times" it is ridiculous.

This Tory project is dead, failed and the blogsphere is far better for it. Stay dead "Pips" Loved you whilst you were any good, but now you have died and will never recover.

Best wishes,

The Labour Party, Lib Dems, Plaid Cymru, Trish, and everyone interested in politics.

xXx

Anonymous 2 March 2009 at 07:11  

Get a life Anonymous. That way you wouldn't have to comment on a Sunday. Perhaps you should try spending time with your family instead of dreaming up poor attempts to slate Conservatives.

Welsh Political Cartoons 2 March 2009 at 16:36  

they should embrace this charity which is most needed

Anonymous 11 March 2009 at 15:22  

This blog has a serious role to play. I hope it's firing on all cylinders ASAP.

Anonymous 2 April 2009 at 19:50  

None of the above have cared to comment on the real and important issues highlighted in this blog.

Some good points Pip, Plaid/Labour letting down the most vulnerable in our society yet again - clowns!

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