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The Starbucks situation could have been avoided The Starbucks situation could have been avoided

The Starbucks situation could have been avoided

Posted on: by Ross Linnett, Founder & CEO

Unfortunately Starbucks have got themselves into a situation with an employee that could have been easily avoided. The news of their employee Meseret Kumulchew winning her disability discrimination case hit the headlines today – and it’s not…

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Recite Me added to G-Cloud Digital Marketplace Recite Me added to G-Cloud Digital Marketplace

Recite Me added to G-Cloud Digital Marketplace

Posted on: by Catherine Grinyer, PR And Marketing

Gateshead firm Recite Me, the UK's leading provider of Cloud-based accessibility software which includes text to speech functionality, dyslexia software, and a translation tool with up to 90 languages, is now available on the latest edition…

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Inclusion matters: International Day of Disabled Persons Inclusion matters: International Day of Disabled Persons

Inclusion matters: International Day of Disabled Persons

Posted on: by Ross Linnett, Founder & CEO

In 1992, the United Nations declared 3 December the International Day of Disabled Persons and this year, the theme is ‘Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities.’ The aim is to promote an understanding of disability…

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Welcome New College Lanarkshire Welcome New College Lanarkshire

Welcome New College Lanarkshire

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

Recite would like to welcome New College Lanarkshire to the Recite family. The College is the second-largest college in Scotland and has more than 25,000 students enrolled in a range of full-time, commercial and evening courses across its six…

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