Crafting a Career Site Experience Accessible to All

When:  Jul 16, 2024 from 02:00 PM to 02:30 PM (ET)

For individuals with disabilities, navigating the internet as a job seeker often leads to unforeseen obstacles, such as improper video captioning and color contrast, ultimately leading to a poor candidate experience. One way to ensure you are making your company desirable to shrinking talent pools & diverse populations is to craft an online career site experience that is inclusive to all – including individuals with disabilities. July is Disability Pride Month and also marks the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legislation that broke down barriers to inclusion in society. In honor of this, we are hosting a webinar on July 16 to share why career site accessibility is necessary and how to execute an accessible experience for potential candidates. It is more important than ever to stand out from the employer pack, and things that used to be considered recruitment luxuries or short-lived trends are now becoming essential and in high demand. Demonstrate your employer brand’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging by ensuring that your career site is accessible to all talent. In this webinar, we’ll dive in and provide you with a detailed action plan for how you can dramatically improve your career site’s accessibility while staying true to your established employment brand. Not only does this immediately broaden your ability to reach the best candidates, but it also allows job seekers with disabilities to continue their online career search experience with reduced obstacles.