By ensuring that your company’s structures, practices, and systems are accessible, your company can signal that employees and customers with disabilities are valuable to your business.
Shifting the Talent Paradigm | Shift Communications: Breaking Barriers with Technology
Featuring: Rhonda Nesmith Crichlow, Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer, Charter Communications; Mark Balsano, Vice President of Accessibility, Charter Communications; Amy Warner, Vice President and General Manager, IT Digital Business Solutions and Corporate Director of Accessibility, Intel; and Simon Dermer, CEO & Co-Founder, eSSENTIAL Accessibility September 26, 2019 – More than 200 diversity and inclusion […]
Tips for Managing Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the Workplace
Each workplace has its own culture and challenges. Job accommodations and productivity support measures can be very effective in bringing the performance of transitioning veterans with TBIs up to standards.
How Google has stepped up its efforts to makes its own tech more accessible to the disabled
“Disability is still so stigmatized that disabled people often face the ‘tyranny of low expectations,’ where less is expected of them,” says Carol Glazer, president of the National Organization on Disability (NOD). “But you can’t just assume that people with disabilities are sitting at home in front of their computers — they’re out and about in the community.”
Charter Communications Innovates Cutting Edge Products—By and For People with Disabilities
Yesterday, NOD President Carol Glazer joined Rhonda Crichlow, Charter’s Chief Diversity Officer, in a visit to their Accessible Product Development team. Peter Brown, Vice President of Design, shared the exciting product innovations that were produced by a team of skilled workers with disabilities.
Is Your Company Supporting Veterans in the Workplace?
A veterans’ hiring initiative can make a significant impact on your company’s bottom-line due to characteristics they offer from military training, like a solution-oriented approach, loyalty, and integrity, among others. However, studies have shown most veterans leave their first job upon returning to civilian life within two years. Employers can play a pivotal role in the reintegration process by creating a welcoming and supportive environment.
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