Web Site AccessibilityAre you blowing away great candidates just because:
John Edwards's Web site was designed to be accessible to all visitors. You'll notice clear and logical navigation tools throughout the site. Information should be easy to find. The John Edwards for President Web site follows popular Web accessibility guidelines promoted by industry and the disability community.
Visitors with disabilities may notice special features throughout the site that help make information available in alternative forms. In many cases, this functionality makes reading easier with text visible in large sizes and high contrasts. If you use screen reader software, you will find that photographs, charts, and illustrations are accompanied by text descriptions. The organization of each Web page is presented in a logical reading order maintained when assistive technology is used.
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- You don't have an accessible career site?
- You don't have a web accessibility policy?
- Your ATS system bakes in barriers?
- The job boards where you spend your ad budget, and make first impressions, are harsh to the handicapped?
- You don't share your accessibility policy with job seekers, missing the brand benefits?
Opportunity doesn't move you? How about fear of litigation?