People with disability have a need to find a proper place in society. They also need the same in organizations with which they work. Organizations have to provide its employees with disabilities a workplace whose environment is amenable to their needs. They should offer aids like accessible walkways for employees who cannot walk, handrails for those with visual problems, and so on. In other words, it is imperative for organizations to create a workplace that is inclusive and receptive to the needs of employees with disabilities.
TrainHR, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of human resources, will, at a webinar it is organizing on March 26, show the ways by which organization can do this in an effective manner that is compliant with the employment laws on this area of employee working conditions. Toluse Francis, a trained mental health practitioner and Life Coach, will be the speaker at this sixty-minute session.
Please visit TrainHR to register for this session.
The main emphasis of this webinar is in giving a thorough understanding of the role that HR has in bringing about a workplace that is conducive to the needs of people with disabilities in a manner that complies with the provisions of the various employee laws that exist on this topic.
This webinar is suited for all kinds of workers, and will cover these areas:
- How to relate with people with disability
- How to make them feel wanted and important
- How to set up conducive workspaces
About the expert: As a volunteer with a number of organizations such as Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative (MANI), Toluse has an impressive track record of aiding people to move on from negative past experiences and focusing on their future with enthusiasm.
He was the awarded the Health Writer of the Year by the Nigerian Writers Award. He is an author with three books published to his credit. He has been invited to both radio and television programs to offer his professional views on mental health and has spoken and taught both locally and internationally as well as offering his service as a therapist.