Finding a job as a disabled person is often not very easy to do. That is why it is even more important for you to know your rights and your obligations as a worker, know what measures exist to make it easier for you to find a job and know what you can do if you are discriminated against during the hiring process. In Belgium employers of disabled people are given a non negligible financial advantage (a part of the salary corresponding tothe loss of performance is paid by the regional fund for disabled people), as well as financial support for workplace adjustments. Employers are often not aware of their rights. That is why workers should help each other stay up to date with the latest news so that they can put forward all their assets.
DUOday: really a good idea?
DUOday is a day when a trainee with a disability comes to discover a job in an organisation. He or she forms a pair with a person working in the company.
How do you welcome a person with a disability into the company?
The Allyance is organising an event on the theme of "Welcoming disabled people into companies". It will take place on 18 February 2022.
Training in February: Telework and mental health
Due to the health crisis, teleworking has almost become the norm. However, this new way of working is not without consequences for our mental health.
ASPH production catalogue
Many analyses and studies on disability!
- Visual impairment
- Motor impairment
- Hearing impairment
- Cognitive impairment
- Leasure activities
- Raising awareness
- Social and civic life
- Violence and women
Ministers and State Secretaries united for inclusion of persons with disabilities
5 important aspects about sexual abuse of people with disabilities
According to the United Nations, girls and women with disabilities are ten times more likely to experience sexual violence than their able-bodied peers.