Our Disability Inclusion JourneyLearn how we are embedding accessibility and inclusion Into our DNA
Accessibility RolesWe have accessibility roles across a variety of disciplines that help empower people all over the planet. Ready to join us? Find your passion and apply.
Microsoft Scores 100% on Disability Equality indexLearn how the Disability Equality Index is helping companies identify opportunities for continued improvement in disability inclusion policies and practices
How a top manager opened up about his mental illness and found compassion
Microsoft AccessibilityLearn more about Microsoft’s Accessibility efforts and what we are doing to empower the 1 billion+ people around the world who have a disability
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.
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.
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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Empowering Employees with disabilities
With the unemployment rate for people with disabilities double that of people without disabilities and 1+ billion people around the world, we need to work together to create more inclusive workplaces.
Microsoft Made a Genius Change to Its Hiring Process
By looking in an unexpected place, Microsoft is tapping a potential gold mine of talent.
How to Design Tech So Nobody's Left Behind
Learn about Microsoft’s Chief Accessibility Officer, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, and her story of facing and overcoming ‘Brick Wall’ moments.