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0 What is the Business Case? Simon Albrighton, KPMG
Richard Day, KPMG Mark McGill, National Grid 17 June 2014

1 A clear and compelling business case… …for the individual
Agenda Empathy or Economics? A clear and compelling business case… …for the individual …for the workforce

2 A few facts… Empathy or Economics? Simon Albrighton
Head of Midlands Forensic Tel: +44 (0) A few facts… Jonny to add link here

3 A clear and compelling business case for employing disabled people
Prolonged change needs a proven business case Moving from to How? The UK is running out of talent Use of the facts and figures And some ‘odd’ stories

4 KPMG and other best practice companies
…and over to Richard These have all seen the light! Have you?

5 Bringing the business case to life with real-world personal experiences
Richard Day Assistant Manager Tax - Midlands Tel: +44 (0)

6 Intangible workforce benefits
Mark McGill (National Grid) Fulfilling CSR agenda through innovative community partnerships and I&D pro-activity Accessing untapped talent with unique skill sets Positive ‘can-do’ work ethos and workforce engagement Employee resonance: disability confidence and disclosure Bottom-line equals a more productive, motivated and positively-engaged workforce

7 “Empathy or Economics?”
The business case is... Display sources for all reproductions of published material, including as much detailed information as possible, e.g. dates, author, page no. etc. If you are reproducing a large extract or a whole article please source fully and ensure you have obtained written permission from the author. Do not reproduce newspaper/magazine articles by scanning unless you have obtained written permission from the author. Companies in UK and round the world are waking up to the need to make use of this untapped talent It does need commitment and strong leadership But it pays dividends… Increased understanding and awareness of disabled customers’ requirements Disabled people provide a new and rich source of diverse and untapped talent Given the chance, disabled people can make a significant contribution to employee innovation, team capability and business engagement “Empathy or Economics?”

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