Missed our recent webinars or want to revisit the valuable information shared? You can now access the webinar recordings and slide presentations.
Office Hours hosted by John D. Kemp – May 18, 2021
Guest: Bill Novelli, author of GOOD BUSINESS
Office Hours hosted by John D. Kemp – April 20, 2021
Guest: Tatiana Arthur, Global Chief of Staff for People Sustainability and Diversity & Inclusion, SAP
Topic: Neurodiversity in the workplace
Office Hours hosted by John D. Kemp – February 16, 2021
Guest: Josh Loebner, Designsensory
Topic: Disability Inclusion in Advertising and Marketing
Office Hours hosted by John D. Kemp – January 19, 2021
Guest: Susan Scott-Parker, Business Disability International
Topic: Artificial Intelligence-Based Hiring Practices That Can Be Discriminatory Towards People With Disabilities
Office Hours hosted by John D. Kemp – December 15, 2020
Guest: Keryn Rowland, SPHR/VP of Human Resources from Synchrony Bank
Topic: Essential Steps to Successfully Integrate Disability Inclusion at Your Company
“Virtual Disability Inclusion Summit ” – October 21, 2020
To mark National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), NBDC held its Virtual Disability Inclusion Summit: Moving from Awareness to Action. The event featured a series of keynote and session speakers on relevant topics to assist employers with creating a disability inclusive workplace, including COVID-19, use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process, mentoring and the intersection of race and disability.
*Please note, the Deloitte presentation from the virtual event is not included in the recording or slides.
“What You Should Know About the ADA and COVID-19” – June 24, 2020
Additional information about the ADA and COVIID-19.
“Mental Wellness: Employer Strategies to Foster a Healthy, Productive Workplace During Uncertain
Times” – May 14, 2020
“Digital Accessibility Fundamentals for Websites, Documents and Videos” – February 27, 2020
This webinar explores the ABCs of digital accessibility and how accessibility can be implemented across the span of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and impacts people with visual, hearing and mobility disabilities. Its panelists provide an overview of the three core components of digital accessibility: website accessibility, document accessibility/document remediation, and video content.
For even more information, read the questions, and their answers, posed during the webinar.
Read more about our Digital Accessibility Services.