Inclusion & Diversity
Enabling change for persons with disabilities
All of our people play a part in delivering on the promise of technology and human ingenuity. That’s why we create an inclusive and accessible workplace for everyone to thrive.
78% of Executives believe their organizations will be able to leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions to address barriers to disability inclusion over the next three years, yet just 32% report that they have inclusive design principles in place to support the development of fair and unbiased AI solutions.
Our new report, AI for disability inclusion | Enabling change with advanced technology reveals how ethically designing, developing and using AI can unlock the incredible potential of talent with disabilities, while helping all workers thrive. The report provides foundational steps employers, academics, regulators, policymakers, investors and developers can take to leverage AI’s potential as an enabler of change for disability inclusion.Learn more
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Accenture people from around the globe.
Stephen Cutchins, Accenture Federal Services Accessibility Lead
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Career advice for people with disabilities
The impact of technology on disability inclusion
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We know that behind every great change is a great person. And that the more inclusive an organization is, the more successful it becomes.
That’s why we are constantly enabling change so everyone can contribute equally. Our people with disabilities have access to the latest technology, tools and training to create a barrier-free workplace, supported by over 36,000 Persons with Disabilities Champions in 52 countries.
We believe in the power of inclusion: to change lives, to create better results… and to deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity.
At Accenture we are enabling change for disability inclusion.
Read our report The Accessibility Advantage to see how accessibility awareness and inclusivity not only support workplace equality but are often correlated with growth and profitability.
Read Accenture’s Chief Information Officer, Penelope Prett’s blog and see how we are bringing together technology and human ingenuity to bridge the divide for persons with disabilities.
Accenture Federal Services Accessibility Lead, Stephen Cutchins discusses how our Global IT Accessibility practice helps all employees feel that they belong, personally and professionally, and contribute to a culture of equality. Read more.
Accenture believes that enterprises have a powerful role to play in ensuring technology enables people with disabilities.
Discover our approach to accessibility and meet the team that are innovating to deliver technology accessibility.
Watch the video to hear from our IT team in Madrid and discover how Accenture is working to enable every employee to fully interact with technology regardless of their disability.LEARN MORE
See how Accenture is working to enable every single employee to interact with technology that is accessible regardless of anyone’s functional diversity.View Transcript
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