If you are an Ontario Business, you will need to know about AODA Compliance, and the size of your company will matter regarding if your company will need to comply, or not. According to the Ontario.ca website, regarding AODA Compliance. The main targets are all Government sites, any private/non-profit with more than 50 employees. Self-employed and companies with less than 50 employees are off the hook.
So according to the guidelines as of writing this, any company that has under 50 employees, should not need to worry about this.
For more detailed information regarding who should comply with this, check the Ontario.ca website, or follow the link below.
What Companies must comply with AODA in Ontario
By law, you must make new and significantly refreshed public websites accessible if you are:
- a private or non-profit organization with 50+ employees; or
- a public sector organization
The organization that controls the website must meet the accessibility requirements.