A Extra Accessible and Inclusive World
Organizations throughout the globe are more and more recognizing folks with disabilities as expertise and setting them up for fulfillment via accessible know-how.
United Kingdom: GlaxoSmithKline, a multi-national pharmaceutical firm, depends on Groups accessibility options equivalent to background blur and stay captions to assist workers with distant collaboration.
“I have definitely seen an increase in engagement by using Microsoft Teams for everyone, but especially for people with disabilities.” Tracy Lee Mitchelson, Mission Lead, Incapacity Confidence at GSK.
France: Sodexo, a supplier of high quality of life companies, helps workers work independently via constructing digital accessibility abilities utilizing Microsoft 365 as its communications and collaboration platform.
“Some of the work that’s happened with our front-line workers helping them to understand the Microsoft tools that were available have really helped with their digital accessibility.” Megan Horsburgh Head of D&I, Sodexo UK & Eire.
India: By embracing Microsoft Groups, v-shesh, a workforce services provider, is delivering participating classes within the cloud and equips folks with disabilities to be a part of the digital-first economic system.
“With Teams, we are not only creating an inclusive environment but also equipping our learners to be ready for the future of work.” P Rajasekharan, Co-founder at v-shesh.
United States: Fannie Mae, a supplier in mortgage companies, is seeing Microsoft 365 play an important half in digital transformation and constructing an inclusive office that helps all workers attain their potential.
“We use the accessibility tools in Microsoft 365 as part of our drive to approach everything from an inclusive mindset. When you do that, not only do you problem-solve for the needs of your customers, you drive innovation as a natural by-product.” Cassie Hong, Product Designer at Fannie Mae.