As One - Leading the Way video series
Last updated: 07 Oct 2014
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As part of the As One—Australian Public Service Disability Employment Strategy, the Australian Public Service Commission has created an engaging and informative series of videos, 'Leading the Way', to build education and awareness around disability employment in the public service.
Each video in the series features a number of APS Senior Executives, Disability Champions and subject matter experts sharing their experiences, views and thoughts around the employment of people with disability and creating inclusive APS workplaces for everyone.
Reasonable adjustments in the workplace
Employees who are injured or have a disability rely on reasonable adjustments to work to their maximum potential. In this video, APS leaders discuss common reasonable adjustments and, at a deeper level, the set of assumptions that contribute to an inclusive workplace.
The importance of providing information about your disability
APS leaders discuss why employees should disclose as having disability to ensure team leaders and managers assist them to get the support and services they require in the workplace.
The role of Disability Champions
Disability champions and diversity champions discuss their role of being the senior advocate responsible for disability issues within their organisations.
Building disability confidence
APS leaders discuss how building disability confidence ensures a supportive, positive and inclusive workplace environment for all employees.
As One - a key driver for change
The video outlines the significance of the As One - APS Disability Employment Strategy to improving the workforce participation of people with disability across the APS.
The APS - an employer of choice for people with disability
A resource for APS managers to gain understanding into the ways the APS can foster inclusive cultures that support and encourage employees with disability.
The business case for employing people with disability
This video discusses the benefits of having a diverse APS workforce that reflects the wider Australian community.