Kindergarten—home to energetic, wide-eyed five-year-olds with open minds, vivid imaginations, and a zest for life—could be a true think tank for the ideals needed to transform any workplace into an inclusive one.
Electronic accessibility, or commonly known as E-Accessibility, refers to the ease of use at which people with disabilities can access information and communication technologies (ICT). This includes the Internet, including websites and all forms of media related information that allows users with disabilities to access information.
In 2011, Forbes' commissioned a study on employer’s attitudes towards diversity in the workplace and it demonstrated the value of diversity among executives. Nearly all of the large global companies surveyed had formal diversity plans in place.
In February 2015, sitecues by Ai Squared teamed-up with the National Business & Disability Council (NBDC) at The Viscardi Center to promote greater accessibility for people with disabilities. As part of the strategic alliance forged, NBDC added the sitecues technology to its website to ensure it goes beyond compliance by making the website content easier to see, hear, and use for anyone that could benefit from assistive technology.
Only able-bodied homeowners and renters clean their homes, right? A silly statement indeed, but Swiffer – part of the Proctor & Gamble (P&G) family – addressed such a stereotype when it marketed the dexterity of its household cleaning product. Like their nondisabled counterparts, few people with disabilities enjoy the housecleaning process, and Swiffer has conveyed the message that it is as easy as “swiffing” away the dirt, dust, hair, and pet dander.