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How Covid-19 has driven accessibility innovations in employment

How does social change happen? Sometimes slowly, sometimes fast, and sometimes by accident. No-one expected a global pandemic to be the catalyst for a change in working life, but that is what happened this year.
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The America’s Cup is coming to New Zealand – and you are all invited

The America’s Cup is coming to Auckland, and everyone is welcome. Be. Lab is proud to be working with the host city for the 36th America's Cup to ensure events in Auckland are inclusive.
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How to get the best candidates with an accessible recruitment process

Employers may miss out on attracting fantastic talent if their recruitment practises are not accessible for all.
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Be. Lab Talent Shop Story: Thomas Edwards

Welcome to our new Be. Lab Story series. We’re delighted to share with you stories from some of the outstanding individuals who have been matched with employment through our Be. Lab Talent Shop Programmes.
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How to ensure you offer accessible customer service to all

Welcoming and helpful customer service is the number one issue for access citizens wanting to participate in public activities and events. Find out how your business can get this right.
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Reimagining and rebuilding a career in tech

Many of us are likely to develop access needs due to unforeseen health setbacks at some point in our lives, and while this can cause a knock to our self-confidence in the short term, with the right support and opportunity, we can reimagine what we are capable of and rebuild new and wonderful professional career pathways. Read Duncan’s story to learn more about how he worked with Be. Lab’s Talent Shop to rediscover his strengths and pursue a career that is more fulfilling than ever.
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Microsoft launch employability programme for access citizens with Be. Lab and local tech partners

The first of its kind, the Microsoft Enabler Program combines cloud & AI training with Be. Lab's employment programme for access citizens as well as accessibility education for employer partners, Datacom, DXC Technology and HCL Technologies.
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Access 2020 Report: Accessibility in New Zealand today

How businesses, organisations, spaces, places and events can be more accessible to the 1 in 4 Kiwis living with a disability or access need.
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Be. Leadership alumnus Arash Tayebi awarded $30,000 Possibility Fund grant

Arash Tayebi has become the first person to receive a grant from the newly launched Possibility Fund, set up by Be. Lab founder Minnie Baragwanath in partnership with Perpetual Guardian to support access innovation and entrepreneurship in New Zealand.
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