Why a dearth of data is blocking disabled access to the boardroom

The lack of information about the number of CEOs with disabilities needs to be remedied if companies are to benefit from improved diversity at senior level


After Neil Heslop graduated from the University of Newcastle with a law degree in 1988, he conducted an experiment. Understanding that the fact he’d lost his sight could have an impact on his employability, he made 20 job applications.

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