Getting ready to tweet
Thanks to everyone who attended the London meeting last night. It was an interesting discussion, which covered some of the same ground as the North East meeting, but also some very different topics, when a question asked early on sent us off on something of a tangent. I am not going to say any more as I am hoping to reinstigate the tradition whereby those who attended crowd source a report on the meeting by adding their comments below.
Instead I will use the rest of this post to remind everyone about the Twitter chat, which is due to take place this Monday at 8-9pm (hashtag #cardcont). The questions arising from the article, which are up for discussion are as follows;
- How far is it reasonable to expect employers to adapt to the individual needs of their employees (whether these needs arise from disability or not)?
- To what extent is recordkeeping really physically demanding work?
- To what extent is it possible to separate the physical and intellectual aspects of a job in recordkeeping?
- What changes do you think we most need to make the profession more open to all?
That should be enough, but I am sure we could squeeze in another one, so if you have anything you are burning to ask on this topic, please let everyone know by adding it below.