Online accessibility legal duty

Phillips, Chris
October 2010
People Management;10/14/2010, p28
The article focuses on the amendment of the Equality Act in Great Britain in 2010 and its impact on people with disabilities. The law enables the public, including disabled people, to access recruitment web sites. The law also emphasizes tha t the cost of adjusting sites should not be passed on to users.


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