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Our Stories

Elevate Yourself Awards Breakfast
Elevator hosted a special awards breakfast on the 21st of October 2013 to kick off the inaugural Elevate Yourself Awareness Week.
The Awareness Week, which ran from Monday 21st to Friday 25th of October, was a special week to recognise those living with disabilities and the ways Elevator Group can support them in to employment.
The Elevator Awards breakfast not only highlighted the issues surrounding disability in the workplace, but also provided an opportunity to celebrate the successes of those who have overcome challenges. Read more here...
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At the beginning of this story Hunza comprised a total of four people, including Andrew the owner. Hunza make high quality outdoor and landscape lighting products, engineered in their factory from the best materials, including natural copper, 316 stainless steel and machine-grade alloys.

Today Hunza has a staff of 28, and seven of these staff are Deaf. It's an interesting journey and one where the deaf people that work at Hunza have made a positive impact on their workplace. Read more here...
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A Towering Tale
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In 2004 I was a healthy Kiwi bloke, I worked physically active jobs in heavy industry and loved being the provider for my family. I had a good job and a loving partner, we were expecting our first baby and life couldn’t be better.
One day I got a pain in my neck with an accompanying headache, the pain steadily increased until I could bear it no longer. I phoned my partner to come and pick me up. By the time she drove home I was unconscious on the driveway where I had been waiting for her to take me to hospital. Read more here...
Life Can Be Really Tricky

I was 19 years-old when suddenly I got Transverse Myelitis - an inflammation in my spinal cord. I walked to hospital and 48 hours later I was completely paralyzed.

I was at College studying Advertising when I got sick and became a wheelchair user. At this time I thought I would be a crazy Advertising woman, working for a big office, selling products... Now I aim to use my skills to work in the disability sector.

Life can be really tricky, and the worst tragedy in my life was also the biggest opportunity to grow up and become more mature. Read more here...

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Geneva Elevator is a specialised recruitment consultancy, offering a wide choice of supported employment options for people.

Providing a FREE service to both candidates and employers. Our specialists can guide you through the whole employment process.



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