+ Usability of our website
We ensure our websites and contents are accessible to a wide range of visitors including those with disabilities.
For users with visual impairments, if using the latest browser versions with 'text-zoom', text-size can be increased by holding down 'Ctrl' key and scrolling (at the same time) the wheel of your mouse.
Our website can be navigated by using pre-defined 'access keys', i.e. keyboard shortcuts (see below for the list of key combinations). You can access the key navigational sections of this website without the need for a mouse by using access keys.
To navigate with access keys:
- For Mozilla Firefox hold down the 'Shift' key, 'Alt' key and the access key (listed below)
- For Internet Explorer hold down the 'Alt' key and the access key, release the keys and press the 'Enter' key
- Hold down the 'Ctrl' key and the access key
 Work+Family Space - Product Overview
 Backup Care - Product Overview
 Parental Leave Toolkit - Product Overview
 Coaching & Consultancy - Product Overview
 About Us
 Contact Us
 Site Map
 Case Studies
 Events & Seminars
 News & Articles
 Service Guides
 White Papers & Benchmarks
Web standards used
- XHTML (eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language)
- CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
- Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C) guidelines
Text for images
We use alternative text for images - useful for users who either cannot see the image, or disable their images.
All our form elements have labels. You can use you keyboard to fill information rather then mouse by using the tab key.
Rather than using "click here" for links, we make every effort to make the link more descriptive so you'll get a better idea of where the link will take you.
Proper heading in <h1> tags, help make it easy to understand the information being provide on a page.
Color contrast, AAA compliant
We provide enough contrast between text and its background so that it can be read by people with moderately low vision.