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What is your opinion on Reasonable Adjustments within Online Recruitment? - Dissertation Survey

Hello,

My name is Olivia Blackhall, and I am a final year student at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, currently writing my dissertation.

The purpose of this dissertation is to identify and evaluate reasonable adjustments that are available for disabled candidates during the online recruitment process. This study aims to discover disable peoples actual experiences of online recruitment and reasonable adjustments, and their own personal opinions regarding this area.

If you have participated in online recruitment within the UK, I would greatly appreciate any responses from you. I believe that this will be a great opportunity for my research, and for people with disabilities to communicate their opinions regarding reasonable adjustments and the online recruitment process.

The link for the survey can be found below. It takes roughly 10-15 minutes to complete depending on how much you wish to share and is completely anonymous.

 

https://hwsml.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bD9CIdb0QrZLwLY

 

I would greatly appreciate any responses to this e-survey. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message here, or send me an email on the address which can be found within the survey information sheet.

Please feel free to share with your peers and other interested parties.

 

Thank You :)


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  • Libby_Scope
    Libby_Scope Posts: 741

    Scope community team

    Thanks for posting @Ob20 :) 

    Hopefully some of our members will engage in your survey - the research sounds very interesting!
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  • rubin16
    rubin16 Member Posts: 237 Pioneering
    I don't know if it'll help but I've experienced many types of recruitment, and with all of them if I ever so mention a word of my illness or disabilities then I get no responses from them. But If I don't mention it I pass all the recruitment stages and get the job.

    They say theres not meant to be discrimination within recruitment but I've seen this happen so many times and stories on this forum.
  • Alex_Scope
    Alex_Scope Posts: 864

    Scope community team

    Thanks for sharing your project @Ob20 and good luck with your Dissertation!

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  • mikehughescq
    mikehughescq Member Posts: 8,327 Disability Gamechanger
    Already completed. Surprised to not be asked for contact details.
  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 921 Pioneering
    Hi @mikehughescq

    This will likely be due to protecting your anonymity. If you want to contact @Ob20 you would be more than welcome to. @Ob20 has said, "If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message here, or send me an email on the address which can be found within the survey information sheet." I hope this helps! And I am wishing you all the best of luck with your research @Ob20 :) 
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