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A company's jobs or careers webpage is often the way potential job candidates first learn about the organization's mission, opportunities and culture. But if the site is not accessible to people with disabilities because of the way it is designed, then employers may run the risk of alienating a large pool of candidates or being liable for discrimination.
Read SHRM's four-part series below to help determine if people with disabilities can use your site, what the potential legal ramifications are for inaccessible sites and how your organization can develop a jobs site anyone can use.