Public Resource Center

20220804 | Career Site Accessibility – From Hiring Trend to Recruitment Necessity 

11 days ago

If you need HRCI or SHRM credits after viewing this recording, please email to request the corresponding Program IDs.

With the current unemployment rate hovering around 3.5%, it is more important than ever to stand out from the employer pack. Things that used to be considered recruitment luxuries or short-lived trends are now becoming essential and in high demand. Not to mention, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion strategies are paramount to organizational success.

One way to ensure you are making yourself desirable to shrinking talent pools & diverse populations is to craft an online, career site experience that is inclusive to all – including individuals with disabilities. Join Ruth Toombs, Sales Manager at Recruit Rooster, as she shares the What, Why & How of career site accessibility.

Presented by:

Ruth Toombs
Sales Manager, Recruit Rooster

Ruth Toombs is a Sales Manager for Recruit Rooster. In this role, she weaves insights into action by helping employers see how they can configure a better candidate experience into their hiring platforms – starting with their career site. She's also passionate about creating accessible sites and limiting the obstacles to employment that individuals with disabilities tend to face. As part of her day-to-day, she manages a small team of sales representatives where she acts as a mentor, helping them to learn and grow in their own careers. Ruth brings 12+ years of recruitment marketing experience to the organization where she also spends time as an industry-related speaker, presenter, blogger and educator. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her 15-year old Dachshund Bubbles, hiking, writing, or playing guitar.

For closed captioning, please view the recording here:


0 Favorited
2 Files
pdf file
20220804_CareerSiteAccessibilityWeb.pdf   2.01 MB   1 version
Uploaded - 08-04-2022

Tags and Keywords

Related Entries and Links

No Related Resource entered.