Our updated website speaks directly to people with disabilities who are looking for employment.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 02, 2015
Pearl Interactive Network, Inc. (Pearl) recently redesigned its website to enable those with disabilities, especially the blind, to view all areas of the site using screen readers and other assistive technologies. Job-seekers with disabilities can access the jobs portal and apply for jobs directly on the website.
“The updated version of our website speaks directly to people with disabilities who are looking for employment,” said Tarah Ziogas, director of recruiting for Pearl. “We are very proud and gratified to offer the blind community in particular easy access to valuable information that will help them in their job searches.”
Using assistive technologies such as JAWS® or NVDA, visually impaired job-seekers can visit the Pearl site, browse the many jobs available in its database, and apply for jobs that match their skills and experience.
Pearl Interactive Network provides jobs for a niche workforce that includes disabled veterans, veterans, and people with disabilities. The company also offers Section 508 remediation services to federal agencies that are required to have their online properties and electronic documents 508 conformant.
Fulcrum Creatives, a creative agency in Columbus, Ohio, designed the website and Pearl’s new logo. The new layout reflects Pearl’s updated branding initiatives.
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About Pearl Interactive Network, Inc.
Pearl Interactive Network, Inc. delivers access to a niche workforce with high retention and performance, coupled with virtual contact center technology that enables delivery of contact center services; including inbound, outbound call center, back office support, and administrative services. Founded in 2004 by Merry P. Korn, Pearl Interactive Network is dedicated to providing career opportunities for a skilled and talented niche workforce of disabled veterans, veterans, military spouses, people with disabilities, and people living in geographically-challenged areas.