Interactive Accessibility is proud to congratulate the Top 50 Corporations for Diversity winners.  It is exciting to see businesses set the bar high and to assure that they have a diverse workforce.  

The global economy represents people from all walks of life including different ages, races, ethnic background, genders, sexual preferences, and abilities.  This diverse group has never been a more formidable voting and buying power.  Companies that ensure that their services, products and solutions are designed to include and appeal to this diverse customer base will continue to be winners.  The leaders know the importance of assuring their workforces reflect the makeup of their customer base.

"Our firm is proud to have a diverse workforce.  We are excited to follow in the steps of giants like Wal-Mart, AT&T, IBM, Northrop Grumman, Office Depot and Cisco Systems.  Businesses of all sizes can learn a lot from these leaders.  Please join us in recognizing these leaders in diversity and inclusion."
— Kathy Wahlbin, Interactive Accessibility, CEO and Founder

America's Top Organizations for Multcultural Business Opportunities

View the complete list of winners.

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy will host a free, live audio discussion as part its AT Works series about accessible technology in the workplace. Inspiring Innovation — Engaging Citizens in the Development of Accessible Workplace Technology, will be held on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 from 2 - 3 p.m. Eastern Time. 

You can participate in this event by conference-call and the event will be live audio-captioned. No registration is required. 

Visit Disability.gov for more information about how assistive and accessible technologies can advance the employment and independence of people with disabilities.

Electronic recycling efforts in ten US cities aims to boost employment of disabled Americans. Read the full article.


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