Regardless of how successful you are, if you have dyslexia, you have probably experienced the disabling aspects of dyslexia. Once there were quotas for employing disabled people. Now there is equality legislation and protection from discrimination in the workplace. Employers are naturally ultra-sensitive about this but what does it actually mean for people with disabilities and the people they work with? John Levell, the author of DyslexicProfessional.com and a number of other professionals discuss this on BBC Radio 4 with Peter Day.
BBC Radio 4 – Disability At Work
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