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Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion organisations drive change and lead the way to support companies in improving their processes and workplace. So it makes sense that D&I leaders tackle online accessibility through providing inclusive online experiences for customers and staff across all digital platforms.

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Diversity and Inclusion Organisations to Drive Online and Offline Inclusion

D&I organisations are at the forefront of helping other companies create inclusive environments for their employees and customers. The support information that they provide online should be accessible to everyone. This is almost impossible if their websites are not inclusive.

To lead the way online and offline, diversity and inclusion organsations need to provide accessible experiences on their websites, to stay true to their values, and showcase their commitment to support a diverse range of people.

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Diversity and Inclusion Organisations Leading the Way with Online Accessibility

Why you Should Provide Equal Access to Online Information on D&I Websites

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Welcoming people with varied disabilities and access needs promotes your commitment to inclusion and sets you apart from the competition.

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Employer of Choice

Being inclusive sets you apart as an employer of choice. Higher staff satisfaction scores and reduced turnover rates will increase the pool of candidates who want to interview, work, and stay with you.

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Stay True to Your Values

Excluding people online doesn’t sit well in a sector where the general ethos is geared towards equality and inclusion for all.

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The Clear Company

“It is our highest priority that our website should provide a barrier-free experience to all users, allowing them to access our content immediately. Recite Me has the added advantage that it can be customised specifically to each users needs and works across all devices from desktop to mobile, providing an experience unique to each user.”

Kate Headley
The Clear Company

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Check out our Article 'Diversity & Inclusion Professionals Champion Web Accessibility'

Read more about how D&I representatives are driving change, disability and inclusion in the workplace, online barriers that website visitors fave, and how you can help.

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