Making the future of work accessible to everyone
At Workplace, our mission is to bring the power of community to everybody at work. Watch the video to discover more about our commitment to accessibility and inclusivity.
The theme for this year’s International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPWD) is the ‘future is accessible.’ It encourages us to believe in a future where people can access a building without using stairs. Or one in which everyone can find a job without fear of discrimination.
Untangle work with Workplace
From informing everyone about the return to the office to adopting a hybrid way of working, Workplace makes work more simple.
But for many people, finding a job is just the start. What happens if you can’t access the tools and technologies you need to actually get it done? At Workplace, we want to remove these barriers, too.
Accessibility in the Workplace
In this video, Steve Hatch, VP of Northern Europe for Facebook, joins Workplace Quality Assurance Lead Pearl Oguchi and engineer Aurelio De Rosa to explore how we’re making Workplace more accessible to people with disabilities or impairments.
Discover why, when it comes to people using technology to build community, everyone means everyone.
We love the idea of a world in which the future is accessible to all. And we’re here to ensure that includes the future of work.
Learn more about International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPWD).
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