Companies with a diverse workforce are 33% more likely to outperform their less diverse counterparts financially.
Embracing and supporting diversity, including disability and neurodiversity, can help organisations reach and attract staff from a wider talent pool. It encourages employee loyalty and retention, positive brand awareness, and new ways of thinking.
Register for our webinar to hear from Texthelp’s accessibility and inclusion specialist Paul Fox on the role of technology in supporting DE&I efforts. From recruitment and on-boarding, right through to staff development and retention, the right tools can help.
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Accessibility & Inclusion Specialist
"Hiring diverse talent is just the first step to becoming a truly diverse employer. To outperform your less diverse counterparts, you must create an environment of inclusion and belonging. Find creative solutions that encourage collaboration and diverse perspectives. Join this session to learn how our inclusive technology helps millions of ‘different thinkers’ to work with more confidence, accuracy, and efficiency."
Read&Write for Work is our literacy support toolbar that's used daily by over 30 million people worldwide.
Register for our webinar recording and see Read&Write in action. Learn how it helps employees with everyday tasks. Removes communication barriers for people with neurodiversities, literacy challenges, and non-native English speakers. And, empowers all users to work more efficiently and productively.
Are you working to support your neurodiverse team? Would you benefit from advice on how inclusive technology can help?