To disclose or not to disclose a disability in the job application process…?

In terms of disability, a common question from students is ‘should I disclose’? The answer to this question is not straightforward as it might first appear – despite legislation requiring that (with a few exceptions) employers treat applicants and employees equally regardless of disability, gender, age, race, religion or sexual orientation.

Deciding whether to share a protected characteristic such as a disability with an employer (usually described as ‘disclosure’ in employment terms) is a personal choice – there is no one right answer for everyone. In particular if a disability will have no impact on their job, a candidate might prefer not to share this information…Read More

Further information and advice on disclosure can be found on MyCareerHub here

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