BT gets tough with suppliers on disability

October 2010
People Management;10/28/2010, p10
The article focuses on the more disabled jobs requested by telecommunications firm BT to its recruitment suppliers, which will further strengthen the standing of the company as the leading champion on the Disability Clearkit. Caroline Waters, director people at BT, said that the move was a way of showing that the BT recognizes the true meritocracy for people of all abilities. She added that the Clearkit will be adopted by the telecommunications firm in throughout their business and their partner recruiters.


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