The Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 places a duty on employers to make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Accessibility is the practice of adapting the work environment to support access for people with disabilities.

Examples of action you can take to improve accessibility include ensuring doorways, workstations, and corridors are suitable for people in wheelchairs or those with mobility aids.

It also means making company software accessible for those with disabilities. Even if they are visually or hearing impaired, the worker should have the same experience as those without disabilities.

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