Normalizing Accommodations with Inclusively: Leveraging Al & Salesforce’s Expertise

When it comes to normalizing accommodations, there’s a cost to doing nothing. When you normalize accommodations, you raise productivity and retention for your entire workforce. 

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In this webinar, we’ll equip senior executives with the knowledge and tools to redefine norms in workplace productivity.

Industry leaders from Salesforce and Inclusively will examine Salesforce’s use case, and how their innovative workplace strategies — and AI-driven workforce solutions like Retain — seamlessly integrate accommodations into their culture.

Key intel:

  • There’s a cost to doing nothing. We’ll unpack the tangible costs associated with inaction in workplace accommodations. Viewers will learn about the direct impact on employee satisfaction and retention when workplace practices don’t evolve.
  • How Salesforce uses AI to approach accommodations. Discover how AI-powered tools like Retain and Salesforce’s workplace strategies cut down on process hurdles and make accommodations seamless.
  • The strategic importance of proactive changes: Learn how Inclusively’s streamlined approach to accommodations is not just a necessity but a strategic advantage for your organization.
Sarah Bernard

Sarah Bernard (She/Her/Hers)

Co-Founder & COO

Sarah Bernard is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at Inclusively, the technology-centered inclusion solution and employment platform for job seekers with disabilities, mental health conditions, and chronic illnesses.

Before launching Inclusively, Sarah started her career in enterprise marketing with Forrester Research in London working with industry leaders in technology and business strategy. During her tenure at Forrester, Sarah became a top producing sales executive selling into senior leadership at Fortune 500 companies and helping them drive growth and stay ahead of customer and market dynamics. Sarah’s business development experience carried over into Inclusively as she helped build the company’s go-to-market strategy and secure the earliest enterprise clients. Under her leadership, Inclusively is helping companies elevate workplace accommodations from a compliance-reporting function to a competitive advantage and create a more equitable, productive workplace for all. Sarah graduated from the University of Dayton and is based in St. Louis, MO with her husband and four children.

Charlotte Dales

Charlotte Dales

CEO and Co-Founder, Inclusively

Charlotte Dales (She/Hers) is the Co-Founder and CEO of Inclusively, the workforce inclusion platform empowering employers with accommodation insights, access, training and the support they need to attract and retain previously hidden talent. Charlotte’s cousin Cameron became the first licensed aesthetician in the state of Florida with Down syndrome and after witnessing Cameron’s career fulfillment, she became passionate about replicating her employment success story for disabled talent and started Inclusively.

Before launching Inclusively, Charlotte started her career in finance with Deutsche Bank in London working with trading desks around the world. After five years, she left her bank job and co-founded her first company, CAKE Technologies, a mobile payment and reservation application for restaurants and bars which scaled to over 200 restaurants in London and was acquired by American Express. Charlotte’s experience in technology and startups has allowed Inclusively to provide a new technology solution to drive authentic diversity and inclusion in the workplace–helping employers acquire and retain top talent based on job seekers’ needed accommodations to build sustainable livelihoods and careers. Under Charlotte’s leadership, Inclusively is proud to be modernizing recruitment by creating structure and transparency around accommodations, benefitting all job seekers. Charlotte graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder and lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband, daughter, and son.

Charlotte Dales

Jessica Roth

Senior Manager, Salesforce’s Disabilities @ Work

Jessica has spent the last ten years in Recruiting programs for under represented groups. In her role in the Office of Accessibility, she is responsible for running internal programs to make Salesforce the best place to work for People with Disabilities globally. These programs focus on Accessibility layers, Inclusion and Community. Jessica is based in Boston MA with her husband and two children.