Atos is committed to enabling employees with a long-term illness, impairment or disability to reach their full potential in the workplace.
The Atos Adapt network supports employees with physical or mental disabilities or health conditions to manage their impairment whilst contributing at work. We are proud of our track record of assisting employees who need to make adjustments to the way they work to account for a disability or health condition. Atos has a comprehensive workplace adjustment policy designed to build disability confidence across the organisation. We take steps to ensure employees feel able to share information about their disability or health condition with their manager and are comfortable discussing any additional support they may need. Our Adapt network is also available to support staff confidentially where required.
Anja, Global Marcom Resource Manager
“I have always been open and honest about my diagnosis, which Atos helped me receive 2 years ago. Since then I’ve had an outpouring of support across the board from Execs and colleagues. Most people don’t realise I am affected by autism and when they do they are interested in understanding it further and making adjustments; often it explains a lot to them about the things they have noticed about me and they ask what else they can do to make my life easier. I am truly blessed to work in such an understanding environment and use my knowledge to help and support others through the Adapt network.”
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