Employers have questions when it comes to blind and low-vision stakeholders.

TAD has the answers.

What's the right way to handle onboarding? • What if our employee experience is disappointing? • What if they don't feel set up for success? • How do we create an authentically inclusive workplace? • Is our internal technology and media fully accessible? • How does blindness or low-vision impact productivity? • How will blind or low-vision employees effectively communicate and collaborate with colleagues, especially in roles that involve teamwork, presentations, or interpreting visual information? • What assistive technologies or modifications will be required, and at what cost? • Will they be able to interpret visual information, data, or presentations? • Will their disability require additional supervision or support from managers • How can we address potential misconceptions or biases among staff or managers? • How do we evaluate job candidates who are blind or have low vision fairly? • Will sighted employees be willing to work alongside blind or low-vision colleagues? • Can they effectively interpret data visualizations, charts, or graphics? • Will they be able to create and deliver presentations or lead meetings? • How can we ensure their workstation and office space are properly set up and accessible? • How will we handle potential customers or clients who may have biases or concerns? •

Companies and organizations across the US partner with TAD to create more inclusive and effective operations, access a pipeline of qualified blind and low-vision candidates, and support our programming for students and families.

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