Employers committed to disability recruitment often struggle to maintain websites and application processes that are usable to target applicant groups. A website that is difficult for any individual to use can discourage online information gathering and application submission. An unusable website can also send the wrong message and undermine broader organizational inclusion efforts.
To effect real cultural change within the organization, Human Resource needs to drive online recruitment accessibility – not the IT group. Human Resources needs to create the vision, set the requirements and make all of its digital content more accessible and usable. This will drive wider cultural change that embraces inclusion and encourages self-disclosure.
In this breakout, Sitecues will present data on the most common website usability challenges. These will be combined with specific recommendations for addressing these challenges.
Marc Zablatsky, VP and GM, Sitecues by Ai Squared
Marc Zablatsky is a VP and General Manager at Ai Squared, the makers of ZoomText and a low vision technology specialist for over 25 years. Marc leads the Sitecues team within Ai Squared. Marc has 20 year of experience in the US and across the Asia- Pacific region with entrepreneurial companies that leverage technology and serve Fortune 1000 organizations. Marc holds a BS from Babson College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.