The benefit of accessibility

Reduce your liability
risk tied to accessibility.

The risk of an accessibility lawsuit is one you can control, sure. More importantly, you'll improve the workplace for those with disabilities. It's the right thing to do and SubItUp takes pride in having the highest accessibility standards in workforce management.

The stakes are high

How big of an issue is accessibility?

Not long ago ADA compliant software was an afterthought. But non-compliant software has become a hotbed of legal standoffs, with over 3,500 filings in 2020 alone. SubItUp reduces your liability by adhering to leading compliance standards.

What types of issues create liability for me?
The best way to think about accessibility is, does your software allow those with a disability to do the same things those without disabilities can. Without assistive technologies in place, like screen readers, contrast and font size adjustment, or magnification (to name a few basics) you are opening the door to risk.
Are there costs associated with them?
There has been an average 20% year-over-year increase in website accessibility lawsuits filed in the US. In 2021, that number is expected to reach over 4,000 lawsuits. The cost of litigation can be extraordinary, in addition to organizational costs you'll have to gather data and replace non-accessible software down the road.
How does SubItUp ensure we are accessible?
SubItUp has invested millions in assistive technologies to ensure that your scheduling software meets globally accepted guidelines like WCAG 2.1 AA, EN 301 549 accessibility standards, and ADA Section 508.

Accessibility Extends Across SubItUp

Stay compliant with leading guidelines.
SubItUp is compliant with leading accessibility standards, including ADA Section 508, WCAG 2.1AA, and EN 301 549. These standards comply with the American's with Disabilities Act and follow specific web accessibility guidelines in the United States and Europe.
SubItUp lets users control their own accessibility adjustments.
SubItUp allows users to control and make the accessibility adjustments they need. Our interface offers options for reducing flashes and color, assists with reading and focus, can eliminate distractions, enables screen readers, allows for keyboard navigation, to highlight a few of many tools.
Use Teleschedule to allow schedule access via phone.
Employees who are unable to use a computer can still access their complete schedule, add shifts, or swap with their peers using Teleschedule. Simply dial in to determine when you're working next, communicate with your manager, or adjust shifts you may already be assigned.
  • ADA Section 508
  • WCAG 2.1AA
  • EN 301 549
  • Create your own
    accessibility profile

How you schedule is important.
We want to understand that.

Our scheduling experts can fit SubItUp to meet exactly what you need. Tell us a bit about you and let's jump on a call together.