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Inclusive hiring for people with disabilities

From the very first days of our company, Microsoft has sought to enable individuals and organizations around world to do great things.

Our culture

Microsoft is striving to promote an inclusive company culture. We work to ensure that our products meet the needs of all our customers, including people with disabilities. We believe that when our technology reflects the diversity of the people who use it, everyone can achieve more.

Disability Employee Resource Group

The Disability ERG represents employees with disabilities, their family and allies. It drives internal visibility, awareness of disability groups, and accessibility improvements in the work environment.
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Ability Hack

Our annual One Week hackathon brings together employees from across the company to “hack” solutions to the world’s biggest challenges. The Ability Hack challenges employees to build opportunities that empower people with disabilities through technology.
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Ability Summit

Our annual Ability Summit brings Microsoft employees and members of the disability community into conversation with leaders in government, business, and academia, to discuss building inclusive cultures and using technology to empower people with disabilities.

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Microsoft Inclusive Hiring Webinar

We know applying for jobs can seem overwhelming, so we're hosting monthly webinars to help simplify the processes around applying to roles at Microsoft. Learn about Microsoft's Neurodiversity Hiring Program, requesting interview accommodations, and hear from members of the Disability ERG who will share their story of what it's like to be a person with a disability working at Microsoft.


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