Action Step 5: COMMUNICATE
Once you and your company make a commitment to accessible workplace technology, it is vital that you communicate it both internally and externally.
Within your organization, you can do so through employee handbooks, accessibility training for employees, corporate intranets, and more. From an external standpoint, you should have accessible online job applications and an accessible corporate website that includes specific language about your company's commitment to equal opportunity, non-discrimination, and accessible technology. The following article covers these topics in detail:
- Communicating Your Commitment to Accessibility: Tips for Employers—Learn ways to communicate your commitment to accessible technology to job seekers, new hires, existing employees, and the general public.
You'll also want to ensure that you communicate with vendors clearly, directly, and throughout the technology development lifecycle:
- Communication Matters: How to Talk to Technology Providers about Accessibility—Tips for ensuring effective communication about accessibility with your technology vendors.