Working when your employer doesn't know about your condition or impairment
I'm part of the Policy and Research team at Scope and would like to hear from people who may be interested in taking part in a new research project.
We're carrying out research in to experiences at work through a series of one to one interviews this summer.
For this project, we would be interested to hear from people who are working at the moment and haven’t discussed their impairment or condition with their employer.
We are recruiting people who:
- Are aged 16-64
- Are currently in work
- Live in England or Wales
- Haven't shared information about their condition or impairment with their employer
Interviews will be held in July and August 2017 and at a location that best suits each interviewee.
Interviewees will receive a £10 gift voucher for their time.
If you or anyone you know would be interested in taking part or want more information, please contact Scope’s Researcher Melanie Wilkes on 0207 619 7278 or at [email protected]
This is part of a wider project, which I've previously posted about on Scope's community here.
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