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Check out a11y in the media.

While there’s still more work to be done, we strive every day to create an inclusive workforce for all. Our goal is to become a top employer for people with disabilities, and the world is noticing. Read our media coverage and case studies below to learn more about our efforts.

Case studies.

To these companies, it was critically important to find a tech partner that valued accessibility as much as they did. Here’s how we worked to champion accessibility together.

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Southwest Airlines

With Service Cloud's accessible chat functionality, Southwest can now offer its signature high-quality service to hearing and visually impaired customers.

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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee

With Salesforce technology, this coffee shop creates an accessible environment for employees and customers alike.

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The latest topics in accessibility.

We partner with InclusionHub to tell our story in an authentic way. Access all our articles hereopens in a new window, or check out our featured ones below.

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Building more accessible events – starting with Dreamforce.

From hosting our own accessible events to providing guidelines to help you plan your own, Salesforce is committed to creating events everyone can enjoy.


We continue to prioritize access and inclusion in Salesforce’s products, events, programs, and experiences to create a truly equitable workplace for all. Check out these articles for a peek into our progress.

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Salesforce Joins the Valuable 500 Iconic Leaders

We’ve answered the call to include disability on leadership agendas and end biased attitudes toward disability in business.

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“Are You IN?” Campaign

Join the coalition of CEOs advocating for the inclusion of people with disabilities in business.

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Disability Inclusion

While we're far from done, we're honored to be recognized as one of the 2023 Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion.


Nothing builds empathy and understanding like learning other people’s personal stories. Watch these webinar recordings to learn from the lived experiences of various leaders as they share their perspectives on disability inclusion and workplace accessibility.

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Disability as a Strength

Global leaders share their personal stories and explain why learning about disability deepens our understanding of what it means to be human.

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Journey to Accessibility

Jenny Lay-Flurrie speaks to the progress accessibility has made throughout the years — and shares practical ways we can all carry forward that momentum.