Norton Rose Fulbright has launched a worldwide employability program aimed at providing paid employment opportunities for people with disabilities. The program is designed to promote confidence in disability and provide employment for people who have a disability.
The successful candidates will gain valuable commercial on-the-job experience, working for Norton Rose Fulbright, and will also collaborate on a global team project to help the firm become more disability confident as an organisation.
McLaren Honda, as part of our global corporate partnership, will support the program through mentoring and coaching support, focusing on the partnership values of teamwork, innovation and excellence.
We believe in valuing differences and promoting a culture of respect for each individual. This is central to our policy on diversity and inclusion.
Our Working Start program is designed to put our beliefs into practice by promoting confidence in disability and providing employment for people who have a disability. We believe that when people are able to be themselves at work, they will do better and we will get the best from them. This means not only ensuring that job opportunities are accessible to people with disabilities but improving the way in which we recruit and enable people with disabilities to realise their full potential and career ambitions.
View more information about our corporate partnership with McLaren Honda