Do your diversity & inclusion efforts include people with disabilities and neurodifferences?
Businesses all over the world are making great strides to bring equality to gender, race, and LGBT+. But too often, disability is neglected. There are common myths that disability inclusion is complicated, expensive or that disabled people are less productive than non-disabled people. None of this is true.
Join a webinar with Texthelp, The Valuable 500 and industry leaders such as IBM and PWC where we debunk these myths. We share tangible disability inclusion strategies that are moving the needle to support people with disabilities and neurodifferences. You’ll take away actionable steps and insights that will make a difference in your business.
“In taking the lead on this issue, your business will not only prosper from an ethical standpoint, but an economic one as well. Inclusive businesses are a magnet for talent, have a broader customer base, spur more innovation, and offer a better quality of life for all.” Caroline Casey, Founder & Director of the Valuable 500.
During this 80 minute webinar, you’ll hear from the experts: Cromwell Crosby, Chief Partnerships Officer, The Valuable 500, Alixandra Horton, Managing Consultant & People with Disabilities Network Lead, IBM, Chris Holloway, Accessibility Manager (Assistive Technology), PWC, and Claire McGinley, Inclusive Technology Specialist, Texthelp.
*Discover disability and neurodiversity inclusion strategies that are moving the needle in leading businesses to support people with disabilities and neurodifferences.
*Get expert advice from Valuable 500 on how easily you can make a difference to your disabled workforce, your wider company, and the world around us
*Take actionable steps and insights into your own business that will make a positive change
Who should attend?
HR & Talent Managers, Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Belonging Specialists, Training & Development Leaders, Employee Engagement Leaders, Staff Performance Managers, and Disability Champions.