Articulating the difference between accessibility and inclusion can be tricky. It’s important to understand when creating a workplace culture that engages with and values disabled people.
Prioritize these top practices to make your recruitment and hiring practices more disability inclusive.
Tips for employers on how to balance employee privacy while encouraging the disclosure of information that supports employees to be successful.
Understanding any unintended barriers in the recruitment process can help ensure a more diverse talent pool of candidates for job postings.
When your content isn’t accessible, it can’t reach people with disabilities and they are excluded. Prioritizing digital accessibility is a best practice for all inclusive businesses.
Naming disability alongside other priority areas in your diversity and inclusion efforts is a key practice at leading inclusive organizations.
When you ask hiring managers to pay attention to diversity in the hiring process, it’s important to give them the tools to follow through.
Ensuring that performance on disability inclusion goals is part of regular performance management discussions will help managers to understand it is a priority.
Help new employees understand that a disability inclusive culture is just part of how you do business and ensure that employees with disabilities see steps taken to make the onboarding process accessible.
Short-Term Disability Insurance provides replacement income for an employee when they are unable to work for a set number of weeks due to hospitalization, an accident, or becoming ill. Providing this support can make an enormous difference in their well-being and capacity to return to work.
Whether employers aim to retain current employees or attract new talent, reviewing the company’s benefits plans and ensuring extended health benefits are compelling and inclusive is a wise approach.
Employees receiving disability assistance from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction can use an annual earnings exemption (AEE) to keep more of the money they earn from work.
Make it Count: Measuring for Disability Inclusion in Your Workplace is a practical guide for employers looking to measure the rate of disability inclusion in their workplaces.
The following template has been created to include important accessibility information for job postings. Copy and paste the following a new document and insert your own business’ details.
This handbook is meant for anyone involved in the process of designing communication materials, to ensure they are as accessible as possible.
Applicants with disabilities, like all other applicants, must be able to meet the employer requirements for the job. However, there are certain disability-related questions you cannot ask.
There are basic best practices you can implement to keep your content accessible to all users that may see your social media content.
Tacofino shares their five tips on how to create an accessible small business focused on recruiting and retaining inclusively.
A guide to make the new employee orientation and on-boarding process inclusive for all.
A checklist for employers to plan effective, inclusive recruitment and hiring practices within their business.