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Sell yourself! Why hiring persons with disabilities is good for an employer’s bottom line

Workplace accommodations are often low cost, and positively impact the workplace in many ways. Read More...


HCC: “Equality and diversity is in everything we do”

“Hertfordshire County Council is proud to be a Disability Confident employer. We’re committed to achieving diversity and equality of opportunity Read more...

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Thames Valley Police supporting Disability Confident

Thames Valley Police are proud to be supporting the Disability Confident anniversary celebrations. We’re confident about helping our disabled employees to thrive at work I Am Confident. Read More...


There are lots of different employment sectors looking for people with the skills and talents you possess. Rest assured that all of the companies listing with us are committed to inclusiveness and diversity in the workplace. 


Three out of four of persons with disabilities don’t use a wheelchair or anything else that might visually signal their impairment to the outside world. If that’s you then you have a hidden disability. That’s a condition which may not be visible at a glance but can have a major impact on people's lives.

These conditions come with challenges. The most-common hidden conditions are epilepsy, autistic spectrum conditions, dyslexia, diabetes and acquired brain injuries. There’s a whole spectrum of disabilities or challenges that are primarily neurological in nature and some people struggle to find work as a result.

We want to help. We know that people with hidden disabilities have unique talents to bring to an employer. However, in practice people report some company’s management teams struggle to understand what a hidden disability is, whether it’s real or not, even whether it could exist at all. Sadly, to most people, a disability still means being in a wheelchair.

At VERCIDA, we do things differently. Our database of top employers across the country consider what a person can do – not what they can’t. That means, regardless of your ability or disability, you can search for your next job with confidence from the hundreds of vacancies on offer.


“VERCIDA is leading the way for other employers by offering opportunities for disabled people and creating a more inclusive workforce. I encourage other employers to follow VERCIDA’s example and sign up to the Disability Confident scheme, sending a powerful message to potential employees that they will get the support they need to thrive in the workplace.”


Sarah Newton
Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work