Achieving an Inclusive Working Environment
VRA Corporate member Aviva features prominently in a new on achieving an inclusive environment for disabled people from the Chartered Insurance Institute

Disability pay gap: new TUC research

The TUC has released new research; this found that the current disability pay gap for all employees stands at 15.5%. This pay gap means that disabled people effectively work for...
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VRA AGM and Nominations of Trustees

The Vocational Rehabilitation Association’s Annual General Meeting will take place as follows: Tuesday November 2019 at 1300 this follows on from our CPD Webinar. To join the AGM please follow...
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Access to Work spending up

Government spending on the Access to Work scheme is up to record levels, with £129.1 million spent last year – a real term increase of £15 million since 2010. Access...
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A CALL TO ACTION – We Need Your Help!

The Government has just published its Green Paper outlining proposals to reduce ill-health job loss. If you haven’t yet read it, we recommend you do. It has made many valuable...
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Good Work for Good Health symposium

In May, the Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM), Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) and Vocational Rehabilitation Association (VRA) held a joint symposium in Birmingham entitled ‘Good Work for Good Health – what role...
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