Series 2, Episode 5


The Full Picture | Colt Technology Services

For someone with a disability or long term condition, the workplace can be a minefield of potential obstacles, frustrations and straight-up roadblocks to what they need to do or where they need to go. From accessibility ramps to subtitles on video content, there are a number of things we can do to help our disabled team members feel more at home. Further speaker details below.

About the Full Picture

The Full Picture is a podcast from Colt Technology Services combining individual stories and expert opinions to make sense of the world around us. We’re excited to cover new ground this series, such as the trans experience of the workplace, modern masculinity and coming out at work.

Giving every voice a platform to be heard and building an environment where our people feel comfortable bringing their whole selves to work is a core focus for our business. Producing this podcast is our way of taking one meaningful step towards that, through education, communication and listening.

The Full Picture blends personal stories from our Colties, their own experiences and unique perspectives, along with the views and insights from experts within our industry and beyond. Episodes will focus in on topics that mean something to our people and the workforces of other organisations such as mental health, neurodiversity in tech, changing conversations about race, to name a few.

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Meet our guest speakers


Susanne Hogan

Offnet Order Manager, Service Delivery

Susanne has been at Colt for over 20 years, starting in Customer Retention in 2001. She is now the Co-Chair of DAN, Colt’s global Disability Accessibility Network, having been born with hip dislocation and Talipes (club foot). Outside of work, Susanne is an avid sit-skier, reaching Gold standard in the sport.

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Neil Milliken

Global Head of Accessibility & Digital Inclusion at Atos

Neil’s role is to deliver better technology for customers and employees, embedding inclusive practice into the processes across Atos. He is also the Atos representative on the Business Disability Forum Technology Task Force, an invited expert for the W3C Cognitive Accessibility Taskforce and the co-founder of AXSChat, Europe’s largest twitter chat with a focus on accessibility and inclusion.

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