At Adobe, we believe that everyone deserves respect and equal treatment and opportunity regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural background, religious beliefs or anything else that makes us who we are. When people feel appreciated and included, they can be more creative, innovative, and successful. We call this vision Adobe For All.
Our commitment to advance the experience of people who have disabilities – both visible and invisible – includes three core focus areas:
- Recruiting more employees from the disability community: We have invested in partnerships with DisabilityIN and Project Hired to advance our efforts to attract candidates with disabilities, and we will continue to build on this momentum.
- Supporting our employees with disabilities through the AccessAdobe employee network. This network provides employees with support and sense of community across a wide array of disabilities. We will continue to grow this network as well as investing in necessary accommodations to ensure all employees can fully contribute in our workplace.
- Improving the accessibility of our products and the work created through our products by building accessibility into Adobe’s Common Controls Framework (CCF). We are helping to lead industry progress in inclusive design though collaborative research with the Centre for Inclusive Design.We are also advancing Adobe’s efforts to implement inclusive design by delivering in-person training to all Adobe Design staff worldwide and will release our training materials to the public so all companies can more effectively design with disabilities in mind.We value all individuals and the value they bring to both our company and society, and we are honored to be part of this important initiative.