Employment Law Extra acknowledges that is has a responsibility to make its website as accessible as possible.
Firstly, to accommodate the needs of the disabled by taking steps to ensure that, where possible, their experience of our website is able to match that of any other 'visitor' to this site. And secondly, to ensure that the presentation of materials on this website is compatible with the computing resources used by its visitors.
In this context, Employment Law Extra’s website will be built to interface with the leading browser tools and their content will be designed, built and presented to meet the 'open' standards recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C/WIA).
Should you have any questions regarding accessibility of this website please contact us.