Duty to Accommodate and to Inquire

As an employer, you have a legal obligation to adjust policies and practices so employees can participate fully in the workplace.

Accessibility Self-Assessment and Checklist

The following table and checklist can be used to help determine where your business is at on its journey to becoming an inclusive and accessible workplace. 

Tipsheet for Accessibility and Equity in Online Engagement

Online tools and platforms can help increase accessibility to public engagement initiatives. However, it is important to remain mindful of barriers that can impede people from learning about, accessing, or participating in a digital engagement event of any kind. 

How-To: PowerPoint Accessibility

There’s a lot of information out there about how to “do accessibility” correctly. We compiled some of the best “how-to” practices, tips, and links into one document for creating accessible PowerPoint presentations. 

Inclusive Interview Checklist

Simple tips to increase the inclusiveness of your interviews for all candidates, including those with disabilities.

Inclusive Interview Questions

An alternative set of inclusive questions to consider when conducting an interview, and examples of what an employer cannot ask.

Why Captions Benefit Everyone at Work

In addition to improving accessibility, captions boost engagement, flexibility, user satisfaction, and promote inclusion and engagement in the workplace.

Creating a Diversity & Inclusion Strategy

The CCDI created a toolkit for large businesses creating a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. We compiled a high-level summary of the recommendations.

Accessible Design Considerations for Employers

Every employer can take steps to improve the built environment for employees with disabilities. RHF suggests reviewing these key areas of your workplace when planning for accessibility.