MyPlus are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Global Equality and Diversity (GED) 2019 Noon Award. The Noon Award is presented to an individual or business who has, through their personal example, innovation or business model, contributed to greater diversity and equality in race, gender, identity and opportunity for peoples or groups.
Windsor, UK – 13th June, 2019, MyPlus, one of the UK’s leading authorities in disability recruitment and development, gives new members of its Students’ Club the opportunity to ‘Win a Day’ with an organisation who are disability confident in their recruitment and development processes.
The 2019 Disability Progress Awards winners were announced at the MyPlus Recruiters’ Club Annual Reception which was held for members on the 15th May hosted by EY in London.
The MyPlus Students’ Club 'Win a Day' campaign raises awareness of the value of the Students’ Club website and encourages students and recent graduates to become MyPlus Students’ Club members. At the end of every month, one new member is drawn at random to spend a day with a participating organisation, demonstrating the unrivaled access members get to organisations who are disability confident in their recruitment and hiring practices. Read more
Helen Cooke, Disability Consultant, Trainer, Speaker and Director of MyPlus was announced as one of the most influential people with a disability in the UK at a reception at the South Bank Centre last night (Wednesday 17 October).
MyPlus, provider of one of the UK’s leading online advisory services in graduate recruitment for disabled students, MyPlus Students’ Club, has launched a Toolkit for University Careers Advisers.
MyPlus, one of the UK’s leading authorities in disability recruitment and development, has launched an enhanced version of its Students’ Club website for students with disabilities and long-term health conditions.
MyPlus launched their new Student Marketing Toolkit to Recruiters’ Club members on the 3rd September to help them more effectively engage with disabled students
MyPlus Recruiters’ Club launched their Disability Progress Awards at its Recruiters' Club Annual Reception on the 9th May.
MyPlus Recruiters’ Club (MPRC)is an innovative membership forum for organisations to gain and share insights, build greater disability confidence and realise the possibilities of opening up graduate recruitment to students with disabilities.
This woman teaches students to use their disability to their advantage when applying for jobs. Words used by Channel 5 News to describe our founder and Director Helen Cooke.
Our Students' Club website www.myplusstudentsclub.com has been selected as an OnRec finalist for the 'Niche Job Board' Award.
Customer Helen Cooke runs a consultancy that helps disabled people find a career. Emma Bowler talked to her about job-hunting, and more. Click here to view the original article as laid out in LifeStyle Magazine
Windsor, UK (13 December 2017) – MyPlus Recruiters’ Club has released their 2018 calendar of events featuring an informative mix of Breakfast Seminars, Disability Cafés and Workshops focused on disability related topics.
Windsor, UK (01 December 2017) – MyPlus received ‘Highly Commended’ recognition for the Best Diversity Resource Award at the Excellence in Diversity Awards in Manchester last night.
The redesigned website offers students the opportunity to connect with blue-chip organisations
The MyPlus Recruiters’ Club hosted the Disability Café event ‘Keep an Open Mind: Shedding Light on Talent’ on 12 September in London. As the number of people with poor mental health increases, it is essential that employers recognise the importance of breaking down the stigmas associated with it.
MyPlus Consulting, one of the UK’s leading authorities in disability recruitment and development, launched its widely anticipated Recruiters Toolkit at the MyPlus Recruiters’ Club Annual Reception on May 18th.
We’re at the OPEN event, in which students with a disability or a long-term health condition are learning how to apply to commercial law firms.
The number of disabled graduates securing jobs straight out of university is “not good enough”, according to the CEO of disability consulting firm My Plus Consulting.