May 152015
 

Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) are looking for disabled people to speak to a national newspaper about problems they have had with zero hours contracts. If you think you might be willing to speak to the paper please contact Ellen.clifford@inclusionlondon.co.uk.

Even if you don’t want to speak to the paper but have information you are willing to share with DPAC please email.

Your information might, for example, cover:

– not being granted reasonable adjustments

– the impact of zero hours contracts on your impairment or health

– the impact of being disabled on your ability to meet your zero hours contract

– being dismissed

– ill-treatment in the workplace

– financial problems

– being pressured into a zero hours contract by JCP/DWP

 

Thank you for any help you can give.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  One Response to “Disabled and had a problem with zero hours contracts? Contact DPAC as soon as pos”

  1. Hi Ellen,

    I wonder if you could help me. I am a Specialist Occupational Therapist working with people with Multiple Sclerosis and a large area of my workload is supporting people at work to make reasonable adjustments etc. I am due to speak at an MS conference in Sept and an area they want me to cover is impact of zero hours on disabled people. So I was interested in the response you had received from your web page and whether you had any statistics/feedback you could share from your research.

    Yours hopefully

    Gillian Burdon
    MS specialist OT
    Wye Valley Trust
    Gillian.burdon@wvt.nhs.uk
    01432 378941

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