Tag Archives: ethics

Employment Services and Training Organisations

We often see discussion about the use of employment or training courses as an outcome within employment service providers. Often the providers refer jobseekers to training organisations that they actually own, which stretches the bounds of ethical practice in terms … Continue reading

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Ethics and Morality in Disability Practice.

I sometimes wonder about ethics and morality in our workspace. Often I witness an ends justify the means approach to practice ( a bastardisation and misinterpretation of the original quote) and whilst it’s not possible to prescribe ethics and morality … Continue reading

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Is DES stuck in the Eighties?

Why can I still see disability employment organisations promoting the “benefits of employing the disabled” to business and the commodification of the individual? If I’m a business and I’m talking to a DES, then I’m talking to you about your … Continue reading

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