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Frequently asked questions

People with Disabilities

We have a wide and diverse range of jobs from front- to back-end jobs, from companies across multiple industries such as finance, technology, hospitality, logistics, F&B, and many more.

No, there are no fees involved for people with disabilities when Inclus finds a job for them.

This depends on a few factors, but most importantly on whether your profile is a good match for a job opportunity with one of our employer partners. If there is an existing match, it can range from as fast as 2 to 4 weeks in between matching, interviewing, contract offer, and starting your new job. If there are no existing matches, we will need more time to find suitable job opportunities for the you.

We will assess your work-readiness level before determining if Inclus is suitable to find and support you in a job without training. Should we recommend training, we will share some options that we think might be suitable for you at your current stage. These training options might be from Inclus, one of our partners, or an entirely non-affiliated organisation.

We help young adults with disabilities from the ages of 16 upwards, for training, internships, and employment.

Organisations

Hiring and integrating people with disabilities need not be costly, and can potentially be beneficial to an organisation at large! While it depends on each organisation’s needs and structure, with thoughtful planning and execution, every organisation can start something within their budget with longer-term goals in mind.

If you are asking this question or considering hiring a person with disability, it means that you are on the right path to getting ready if you are already not! It ultimately depends on your organisation’s needs and profile, and we will be able to advise further only after speaking to you and your team to understand your considerations, needs, and thought processes.

One of the key objectives of Inclus’s support for employers is to equip the team with as much capabilities and independence as possible in engaging and communicating with their colleague with disability. While we do not encourage employers to engage us in continuous and perpetual support, we recognise that environments and needs can change, so we are always contactable and will make the best recommendation for duration and type of support we think is suitable for each employer.

We will need to communicate with you and your team, employees with disabilities, and line managers to better understand and assess the current environment and processes. After which we will be able to recommend the support that might be suitable for you.

General

We have a wide and diverse range of jobs from front- to back-end jobs, from companies across multiple industries such as finance, technology, hospitality, logistics, F&B, and many more.

No, there are no fees involved for people with disabilities when Inclus finds a job for them.

This depends on a few factors, but most importantly on whether your profile is a good match for a job opportunity with one of our employer partners. If there is an existing match, it can range from as fast as 2 to 4 weeks in between matching, interviewing, contract offer, and starting your new job. If there are no existing matches, we will need more time to find suitable job opportunities for the you.

We will assess your work-readiness level before determining if Inclus is suitable to find and support you in a job without training. Should we recommend training, we will share some options that we think might be suitable for you at your current stage. These training options might be from Inclus, one of our partners, or an entirely non-affiliated organisation.

We help young adults with disabilities from the ages of 16 upwards, for training, internships, and employment.

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