NAPWHA has made a written submission to the National Inquiry on Employment and Disability, which is examining the barriers faced by people with disabilities in seeking work, and issues for employers in recruitingThe act of signing up participants into a study. Generally this process involves evaluating a participant with respect to the eligibility criteria of the study and going through the informed consent process., retaining or fully utilising employees with disabilities.
NAPWHA’s submission responds to a number of key issues surrounding employment for people with long-term illnesses such as HIV/AIDS and the barriers to workface participation faced by people with HIV/AIDS.
You can download a copy of the submission below.
For further information about the Inquiry, visit the website. For further information about NAPWHA’s submission, contact John Rule in our Sydney office.