As an employer, driving diversity, equality, and inclusion (DEI) are important. What's your top tip for helping employees to feel secure, accepted, and supported?
To help employees feel a sense of belonging at work, we asked HR and business professionals this question for their insights. From having open communication to implementing diversity training, here are several things you can incorporate to drive diversity, equality, and inclusion efforts in the workplace.
Recently, we scanned the websites of 30 of the top US National and Community banks for accessibility. The purpose was to discover how easy these banking websites were to access and use for people with disabilities. As well as to highlight the biggest barriers to digital banking. The results revealed that there is work to be done:
Read on to discover our findings in detail.
Digital accessibility has become even more critical as COVID-19 drove information and services online. It is important to make sure accessibility is a priority when developing content and the overall user experience. A few simple changes can go a long way.
To help you on your way to improving the accessibility of your digital financial services, here’s a 6-step plan. It’ll help you to consider how accessible and usable your online services are to people with disabilities. And guide you as you begin to improve the customer experience for all.
Here at Texthelp, we are always working to provide the best solutions and tools for our users. In order to focus on the latest and greatest, sometimes that means ending support for older versions of our software. Today we’re announcing the end of support for Read&Write for Windows version 11.5. This will take effect on September 30, 2021. Read on to learn more about what this means.
On 20 October, join us for our first ever virtual conference, the Festival of Inclusive Education. A free online PD event looking at our theme ‘redesigning learning for inclusion’.
Texthelper Patrick McGrath explains why we want to join educators to celebrate inclusive education. As well as sharing what his must see sessions are and what to expect on the day. Keep reading if you're thinking about going.
Accessibility means meeting everyone’s needs all of the time, not settling for meeting some people’s needs, some of the time. It means ensuring services, information and content can be used and understood by the widest possible audience.