• 5 Steps to Building a Supportive and Inclusive Workplace for Neurodiverse Employees

    National data shows that neurodiverse people — people with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, anxiety disorder and other neurologic conditions — are grossly unemployed or underemployed, with estimates ranging as high as 90%, particularly for those on the autism spectrum. Further, until recently, D&I programs often failed to reach out and be specifically inclusive of neurodiverse people.  But in the last few years, there’s been a greater understanding and appreciation that neurodiverse can be extremely talented and effective in very unique ways.

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