The island's largest employer has signed a Charter to show its commitment to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
The Guernsey Employment Trust have developed the Employers' Disability Charter, which will offer objectives that employers can work towards.
The Charter contains nine commitments which aim to improve or enhance employment opportunities.
- Encouraging applications from people with disabilities
- Having staff act as ambassadors to other employers
- Encouraging disability awareness training in the workplace
- Encouraging 'reasonable adjustments' in the recruitment process and workplace
Chief Executive Paul Whitfield said he was delighted to sign the Charter on behalf of the States.