Tech Talent South believes that enterprises have a powerful role to play in ensuring technology helps bridge the divide for people with disabilities. Providing increased access to technologies that meet the needs of persons with disabilities lays the foundation for inclusive work cultures that enable these employees to thrive.
To support this belief, we strive to make techtalentsouth.com as accessible as possible to people of all levels of ability. As our guide across the site we use the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. Our goal is for techtalentsouth.com to meet Level AA standards, WCAG’s recommended level of conformance for entire sites.
We consider the WCAG 2.1 Level AA guidelines as we build our platform and pages. With this guidance in mind, we:
We regularly measure our site using a variety of methods, such as browser plug-ins, external vendor assessments, and individual page testing by our own Global IT Accessibility practice. This continuous approach helps ensure that accessibility will be maintained as guidelines change and technology evolves. We view our overall site and platform as meeting Level AA conformance, while recognizing that some pages may have occasional accessibility errors. If you see any errors, or have other suggestions on how we can further improve the accessibility of our site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 888-909-1542.
In addition to building new pages of techtalentsouth.com with accessibility in mind, Tech Talent South looks to embed accessibility forethought into everyday technology and content design. Our Global IT Accessibility practice is designing a work experience to help all employees feel that they belong, personally and professionally, and contribute to a culture of equality. A major component of this effort is creating accessibility in the workplace that removes barriers for persons with disabilities—both hidden and visible, so they can succeed.
At Tech Talent South, we work to empower persons with disabilities every day.