Looking for Examples of Good Practice in Employment of Persons with Disabilities in the Tourism Sector
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Dear Colleague, As part of a study for the ILO - International Labour Organisation, I am collecting examples of good practice and innovations related to employment of persons with disabilities in the TOURISM SECTOR.
A message from Ivor Ambrose.
As part of a new study for the ILO - International Labour Organisation, I am collecting examples of good practice and innovations related to employment of persons with disabilities in the TOURISM SECTOR.
The example can be from the public or private sector. It may be a company policy or a special initiative by a trade union, an association or workers' cooperative - or a positive story you know about. (Please ask any relevant person(s) in case you need permission to share details about it).
The example should provide insights into how a problem was solved or how some new benefit has been gained by employing a person or persons with any kind of disability.
Your example may concern someone who became disabled but was able to retain their job or go back to work, perhaps in a new function.
Examples that clearly demonstrate positive impacts for the tourism enterprise, the employee(s) and/or the tourists will be very welcome.
If you know a good example you would like to share, please fill in this Contact Form and answer the short questions in Section 2:
This open call for examples is extended until 12th October 2018.
If your example is used in the report to the ILO, your contribution will be acknowledged.
Thank you in advance for your collaboration.
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