The Accessibility Tick Employers’ Network is made up of 27 of New Zealand’s leading organisations committed to the inclusion of people with disabilities, chronic health conditions and facing mental health crises.
We have a vision of New Zealand becoming the most accessible and disability inclusive country in the world.
To achieve this, we need to inspire change.
- We recognise and advocate that supporting a person with a disability is more than just getting them a job. It is empowering them to have a meaningful career.
- If you want organisations to change their behaviours you to need to show them how the changes are beneficial, then support them to lead the changes themselves.
- Practical programmes like the Accessibility Tick are essential to supporting organisation transformation.
We hope this video encourages people to think about accessibility and ask the same questions we did when creating our vision.
- What could be done?
- What should be done?
- What must be done?
Members of the Accessibility Tick and its Employers’ Network are:
ACC, Adecco, Air New Zealand, ASB Bank, Auckland District Health Board, Blind and Low Vision NZ, Counties Manukau District Health Board, Fidelity Life Assurance Company, Hind Management (Sudima Hotels and Novotel Christchurch Airport), Jacobs, MATTR, Meridian Energy, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Development (Bay of Plenty), nib NZ, Powerco, Quentosity, Ricoh, Scentre Group, SkyCity Entertainment Group, Taikura Trust, The Warehouse Group, Toyota New Zealand, Vector, Waitemata District Health Board, and Westpac.