Inclusion & Diversity
Empowering persons with disabilities
We are committed to accelerating equality for all and to creating an inclusive, accessible workplace that supports Accenture persons with disabilities.
Companies that embrace best practices for employing and supporting more persons with disabilities in their workforce have outperformed their peers, according to our new research, in partnership with Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities.
The 45 companies that we identified as standing out for their leadership in areas specific to disability employment and inclusion had, on average over the four-year period, 28 percent higher revenue, double the net income and 30 percent higher economic profit margins than their peers. Our analysis also revealed that U.S. GDP could get a boost of up to US$25 billion if more persons with disabilities joined the labor force.LEARN MORE
Alex Lane, Senior Manager
Siobhan Foley, Associate Director
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Joaquin Ortiz, Consultant
Kevin Smith, Managing Director
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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
Providing increased access to technologies that meet the needs of diverse populations presents a tremendous opportunity for businesses. Forward-thinking businesses that take this approach lay the foundation for inclusive work cultures that enable persons with disabilities to thrive.
Our latest thinking, “The Accessibility Advantage: Why businesses should care about inclusive design” will help you capitalize on both.LEARN MORE
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