SUSE works to promote the quality of supported employment in Scotland.
This section features case studies from SUSE members, and winners of the 2011 Scottish Business Diversity Awards.
Ikea is now the world's largest furniture retailer. In Midlothian it works with a range of supported employment agencies to recruit, and give work experience to, disabled people.
A case study illustrating supported employment in action, submitted by the Dumfries and Galloway supported employment team.
This case study illustrates the difference that a job, employment support and a good job match between the individual and the work can make to someone.
This is a case study of a small employer which has embraced the employment of people with disabilities for business reasons.
The case study illustrates the principle of individualised support in action through the work of Cornerstone Employment Service, in Aberdeen
Intowork are a third sector organisation who have been part of the 2010/11 Supported Employment Framework Pilots. This is the story of the journey of one of their clients who has an Aquired Brain Injury.
In 2011, the supported employment demonstration sites produced case studies. Stirling's was of developing partnership between health and employability. Midlothian's was about wider partnerships.
Real Jobs has recently conducted a Social Return on Investment analysis showing that that the project brings postive cost benefits, and this is an example of how it supported one person.
A report from RNIB on how people with sight loss participate successfully in the world of work.
Optos gained the Winner of the Recruitment Award in the Fife Business Diversity Awards 07.
MLG Glasgow is a successful printing company operating across three sites in Glasgow.