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Building, buying, and adopting accessible workplace technology is a smart business strategy for employersbut don't just take our word for it. As part of PEAT's commitment to dialogue and industry collaboration, we're constantly on the lookout for employer experiences and exemplary practices that we can share with our users. In that spirit, we invite you to join the conversation with PEAT so that we may stay abreast of the latest best practices—and spotlight them for the benefit of our users. Whether it's a strategy for ensuring leadership buy-in, a new product testing method, or a technique you used to advocate for accessible technology in your own workplace, we want to hear what's working: 

Spotlight Profile Series

Our ongoing Spotlight Profile series explores interviews with key industry and thought leaders:

PEAT Guest Blogs

The PEAT blog regularly features guest contributions, such as Neil Jacobson's "Can the Company Please Buy Me a... ?", which provides advice to employees from a former senior vice president at Wells Fargo about why they must educate themselves about the productivity enhancements that can help them.

Join the Conversation

PEAT's Join the Conversation resources are targeted to help you find and share the latest best practices and good ideas for improving accessible technology in the workplace with a national audience, including:

  • Featured Conversation TopicsExplore and participate in multimedia discussions on the latest issues by sharing your comments through either video or written comments.
  • Share Your Success StoryDo you have a recent experience, good idea, or best practice to share? Please let us know what's working for you so that we can give it a wider audience.
  • Lend Your VoiceFind national opportunities to help inform policymaking around accessible technology, from industry surveys to regulatory public comment periods.

Submit an Idea

Have an idea for a webinar topic, article, or success story feature that you'd like to see? Please submit an idea! We always want to hear ideas from you about what topics we should explore and how we can make PEAT work better for you.