Our commitment to candidates

As a Disability Confident Leader we actively encourage people with disabilities, long-term health conditions or impairments to apply for our roles. We regularly implement adjustments to assist people throughout the recruitment process, it’s part of what we do. We will interview people who have a disability and meet our minimum criteria for the role.

Encouraging disclosure

We encourage you to disclose your disability, long-term health condition or impairment so we can provide great support during your application. We can make bespoke changes to assessments, interviews etc to ensure we provide you with an equal opportunity to shine in our recruitment process.

Adjustment to the recruitment process

We have our recruitment processes regularly reviewed by disability specialist organisation WECIL to ensure we are inclusive and following the very best practice.

Workplace adjustments

We have a people-focused approach to providing workplace adjustments through our partnership with WECIL. A supportive and well-informed specialist can discuss how best to support you in your role and you will be in full control of any adjustments suggested or put in place to ensure you are able to flourish in your career at Burges Salmon.

BEnabled, our internal support network

BEnabled is our people-led network, for supporting individuals with disabilities, long-term health conditions or impairments including carers and allies of these. It runs run firm-wide learning sessions, provides a strong support network and is involved in the development of new policies and processes that may affect disabled colleagues – an example of which is our Hybrid Working guidelines.

Designed for All

We’re committed to supporting everyone, when you come to work, we want you to feel empowered to be who you are and succeed in your own way. We provide everyone access to inclusive technology Read&Write for Work. It’s a powerful set of digital tools to help everyone work with more confidence, accuracy, and efficiency.