Accessible IT for People with Disabilities: HR Considerations
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Bruyere, Susanne M.; Erickson, William; VanLooy, Sara
Human resource (HR) representatives were interviewed regarding their organizations use of Web technology in HR processes and computer accessibility issues in the workplace. The survey addressed: the organizations use of Web technology in HR processes; knowledge and perceptions of barriers to the use of computer/Web technology to employees with disabilities; and familiarity with assistive technology (equipment to improve functionality for people with disabilities) and resources. The respondents represented a wide variety of industries and organizational sizes.
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