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Equal Opportunity

Towards more inclusivity

Govforms is helping reduce the disability employment gap by increasing the representation of disabled people in its workforce and supply chain eco-system. Govforms recognises that not all disabilities are visible and segments its approach to be as inclusive as possible in 6 user groups that the UK Government Digital Standards (GDS) identifies in digital accessibility. Namely, impaired vision, motor difficulties, cognitive impairments or learning disabilities, deafness or impaired hearing. 1 in 5 people in the UK have a long-term illness, impairment or disability. Many more have a temporary disability. Govforms will become a recognised disability confident employer and is cultivating relationships with VCSEs, public sector mutuals and government departments, like the Job Centre, that can refer disabled people directly for work. Opportunistically, the very groups the GDS digital accessibility standards depends upon meeting will help build the digital forms in Govforms Government projects.

Govforms encourages diversity in gender, race, religion, sexuality and disability. And makes any reasonable adjustments necessary for people to work comfortably.

Govforms incentivises in work progression to help people, including those from disadvantaged or minority groups, to move into higher paid work by developing new skills and using them in client work. Having a direct relationship with each of its users. Govforms identifies and manages the risks of modern slavery in underpayment or visa exploitation in its workforce or supply chain eco-system. We de-risk by vetting and paying people directly and consistently.

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