We live in a time of disruption and fragmentation but it’s full of opportunity: To stand up for free enterprise as a force for good; to promote responsible business by holding companies to account; to empower our readers to lead the way in business, society and the wider world. This is the FT’s new agenda.

Our commitments:

  • Ensure disability is a priority at board level and on the agenda of our Global D&I Taskforce. The company will work closely with FT Access and provide the group with the support of a Board Sponsor to achieve its goals.
  • We seek to have 10% representation of people with disability in our workforce by 2022
  • We are Disability Confident and are working towards becoming Disability Leaders by 2023
  • We will ensure that Disability Awareness training is offered to all FT employees
  • We will offer Neurodiversity training and raise awareness around hidden disabilities
  • Our London Office has completed an “Accessibility Audit” via Disability Rights UK. We will take action to ensure that we address any areas highlighted ensuring we are a more disability accessible building.
  • The FT will actively seek out job applicants from the disabled community via EvenBreak and other disabled recruitment organisations
  • We will promote content around the topic of disability with our audience. https://www.ft.com/video/be90d074-fcba-4677-8302-df93abda3930
  • We aim to make ft.com more accessible, especially around our graphs and charts.
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