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Slalom Accessibility Statement

Slalom helps people and organizations dream bigger, move faster, and build better tomorrows for all. Slalom's vision is to enable a world where each person can love their life and work. A world that is truly inclusive of disability and neurodiversity is a better world for everyone.

Learn more about how we are embracing inclusion, diversity and equitythrough company-wide initiatives and our employee resource groups (including Horizons which amplifies the voices of disabled, neurodiverse, and mental health communities).

In 2021, we deepened our commitment to disability and neurodiversity inclusion by joining The Valuable 500, a global business collective innovating for disability inclusion.


Standards and Conformance

We are committed to improving accessibility and usability by following and conforming to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.1, level AA success criteria. (We are also monitoring the forthcoming release of WCAG 2.2 and the early thoughts around WCAG 3.0, especially with respect to cognitive accessibility).

Following these global guidelines will help make our digital experiences accessible to users with sensory, mobility, and cognitive disabilities, and ultimately to all users, regardless of ability. Compliance and conformance are important, but we strive for bigger outcomes – working towards disability inclusion and usability for the widest audience.

We monitor the accessibility of slalom.com through the integration of the Pa11y toolset. We are working to expand our alliances to include accessibility partners to support our client's needs and our needs.

Laws and Policies

Slalom continues to grow its global presence and has several relevant laws, policies and standards that we are tracking:

  • Australia & New Zealand
    • Disability Discrimination Act (1992)
    • UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Australia is signatory)
    • The Aotearoa New Zealand Human Rights Act (1993)
  • Canada
  • Germany/Ireland (and European Union)
    • Equal Opportunity Act
    • BITV2.0
    • European Accessibility Act (EAA)
    • Federal Republic of German Accessibility Law (2021)
    • European Standard for Digital Accessibility (EN 301 549)
  • Japan
    • Japanese Industrial Standard for Digital Accessibility (JIS X 8341-3)
    • Disability Discrimination Act (2016)
  • United Kingdom
    • Equality Act of 2010
  • United States
    • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)
    • Section 508/504 of the US Rehabilitation Act of 1973
    • CA Unruh Act, CA-AB 434
    • Colorado HB21-1110
    • New York State Human Rights Law


We welcome feedback about the accessibility of Slalom digital properties. To report any accessibility concerns, request accessibility assistance, or request any site information in accessible alternative formats, please contact us at:

Email: accessibility [at] Slalom [dot] com

Any Slalom visitors, applicants, candidates, team members or otherwise that may need an accommodation while accessing our facilities, technology or otherwise while engaging with us are welcome to reach out to:

Email: accommodationrequest [at] Slalom [dot] com

If you'd like advice or examples on what information to include, we encourage you to reference the WAI's Contacting Organizations about Inaccessible Websites, to best inform our actions to support you.

Last Updated: 22 September 2023