Evenbreak is a specialist online job board run by disabled people for disabled people. We help disabled jobseekers find work with inclusive employers who will value their skills.

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  • Training and volunteering and employment support

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  • London-wide
  • National

About this organisation

Evenbreak is an award-winning social enterprise – an online specialist job board run by disabled people for disabled people with three social aims:

1. To help inclusive employers attract more talented disabled candidates
2. To help disabled jobseekers find work with inclusive employers who will value their skills
3. To promote the benefits of, and good practice around employing disabled people

Employers such as John Lewis, Lloyds Banking Group, E.ON, Network Rail, EY, the Wellcome Trust and many more advertise their vacancies on Evenbreak, the most accessible job board in the UK, in order to attract candidates from the vast talent pool of disabled people. They understand the benefits of inclusive and accessible recruitment. Disabled candidates can be confident that these employers will take their applications seriously, as they have paid to advertise on a site specifically for disabled candidates. There is no charge for disabled candidates to register on Evenbreak and search for jobs there.

Additional services such as online training are also offered to disabled candidates (around job search issues) and to inclusive employers (around inclusion and accessibility issues). Good employment practice is also promoted through articles and events.

Evenbreak is a social enterprise (100% of profits go back into the business), a social firm (all employees and board members are disabled) and a Living Wage employer (all employees are paid above the living wage)

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