You should consider the format in which applications should be submitted. Adopting a standardised process, whether through using an application form or requesting CVs is recommended so that applicants can compete on equal terms and to help the employer show that applicants have been assessed objectively.
Be prepared to react where reasonable adjustments need to be made for disabled candidates, e.g. providing information in large print, braille etc. so they are not disadvantaged in the recruitment process. For further information on reasonable adjustments see
DIS3 – Guidance – Disability Discrimination.
DIS3 – Guidance – Disability Discrimination
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