ReynoldsBusbyLee Support Global Accessibility Awareness Day

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We are proud to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day by joining together with Recite Me to raise awareness of the importance of creating a digital world where more than one billion people with disabilities/impairments can access online content barrier-free.

Thursday, 20th May marks Global Accessibility Awareness Day’s 10th  anniversary. A key date in our calendar to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion.

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Introducing...TRUST

TRUST is a collaboration between ReynoldsBusbyLee Managing Director, Elaine Lee and our training partner Jacqui Workman of KMB Telemarketing. Elaine and Jacqui met over a decade ago whilst working together on the DMA’s Contact Centre Council where they were instrumental in creating the DMA’s guidance on championing the needs of customers in vulnerable circumstances. Together, they’ve co-chaired the DMA’s Vulnerable Consumer Working Group since 2016.

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Action Against Domestic Violence - Updated 15 March '21*

This is not an easy subject to discuss, and not one you might expect a customer experience consultant to be talking about. So why am I? It’s with my “customers and staff in vulnerable circumstances” hat on that I’m moved to write.whiteribbon LR

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Does Home Schooling Create A Vulnerable Circumstance?

jessica lewis fP2 cL 6 U unsplashEarlier this week I was appointed into a role that I hadn't applied for. I was assigned the role of home schoolteacher alongside my full-time job of running a consultancy. My new 'class' of three children are aged 16 (doing GCSE's), almost 14 (year 9) and 8 (year 3) so my new teaching skills need to cover a wide audience and subjects. Whilst I have never been through teacher training and felt completely frazzled after the first 90 mins, I still felt that I was one of the lucky ones. 

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