Telework and Accessibility
The recent shift to telework for a staggering number of government and private sector employees has caused a surge in the use of digital communications systems. Employers and employees are now relying heavily on digital technologies to conduct business, collaborate with colleagues, host virtual events, and recruit and hire employees.
With digital devices, platforms, and documents becoming the primary methods used by individuals to execute work and engage in daily life, it’s more important than ever to prioritize digital accessibility. The Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology (PEAT) has created the following resources to help equip employers with the information needed to ensure the digital workplace is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
Accessible Digital Communications
Creating Accessible Content
- Learn how to create accessible emails, PDFs, documents, images, presentations, social media, multimedia, and content management systems by following these basic tips on digital accessibility from PEAT.
- Double check that your website is accessible by reviewing these ten tips for an accessible website.
Hosting Meetings and Presentations
- Review these seven essential steps and related resources to help create accessible presentations.
Continue on to the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology to read the complete article.
Help for Visually Impaired Users- A comprehensive summary of practical internet accessibility tips for vision-impaired users – covering things like using text-to-speech, changing text size and more.
Job Accommodation Toolkit- A free comprehensive resource for employers
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