LaborChart Website Accessibility Policy

Effective As Of 7/28/2020
At LaborChart, we seek to understand and respect the unique needs and perspectives of our customer community. We value every customer and are committed to being a leader in expanding access to all, including individuals with disabilities. It is thus LaborChart’s commitment to use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that our website, mobile applications, and platform are accessible to individuals with disabilities and that they permit content providers to develop and post accessible content. To meet this goal, LaborChart is implementing several initiatives, including:
Using best efforts to ensure that our website,, our mobile applications, and our software platform conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines ("WCAG") 2.0 (, published by the World Wide Web Consortium (;
Any and all vendors we hire, retain or use to work on the website will develop the site to conform with WCAG 2.0 for web content;
Distributing this policy to content providers and LaborChart website content and technical support personnel for, and our mobile applications;
Linking to this policy from the homepage, soliciting and providing a method to submit feedback, and providing a method to contact LaborChart’s accessibility coordinator;
Appointing a LaborChart employee who will serve as the Company’s website accessibility coordinator who understands website accessibility and digital accessibility standards, responsible for coordinating LaborChart's responsibilities with respect to accessibility, and responsible for developing the Accessibility Best Practices Guidance;
Modifying policies to prioritize accessibility bug fixes to ensure they are remedied with the same level of priority as any other equivalent loss of function for individuals without disabilities;
Retaining one or more trained website accessibility personnel responsible for conducting annual website accessibility evaluations of and our mobile applications; and
Providing annual training to LaborChart website content and technical support personnel on using best efforts to try and ensure and our mobile applications conform to WCAG 2.0.
LaborChart has undertaken these accessibility initiatives to expand access training for personnel and to assist content vendors, many of which have independent obligations under accessibility laws, with providing content in accessible formats.

LaborChart urges vendors to incorporate accessibility on to meet a wide variety of requirements of customers with disabilities.

We will continue to spend time and resources to make improvements to and our other platforms.

Please direct any questions or suggestions on how to improve the accessibility of our website and platforms to, or use the form below. We welcome your feedback.

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