Unwrapping Workplace Neurodiversity in Five Steps

Recruiting the right candidate for the right role (and keeping them there for as long as possible) will undoubtedly do wonders for any organisation. But some are in danger of missing out on top talent due to a lack of knowledge around neurodiverse candidates, their strengths, challenges, and unique approaches to working.

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Championing Workplace Diversity through Technology

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Technology has changed the way we work, and in recent years the role of technology in the workplace has had a profound effect on creating inclusion and allowing those with hidden disabilities to not only enter the workforce, but to thrive.

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There's More to Workplace Diversity Than Meets the Eye

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Most organisations pride themselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace when it comes to age, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity. But the idea of a diversity & inclusion structure that supports employees with hidden disabilities is something that’s still relatively new.

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Browsealoud helps speak out about digital inclusion

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A simple website addition, Browsealoud enhances a website’s accessibility so that its content can reach each and every visitor. Digital inclusion experts Citizen’s Online have added Browsealoud to their website to help promote digital accessibility, and address digital and social exclusion.

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10 ways to support employees with Autism

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Making sure employees are happy should be a priority within the workplace, after all they are the do-er’s who help the business to grow. Taking some time aside to reflect on their working environment and what adjustments could be made to make their day to day a little brighter, will have huge benefits for productivity and employee retainment.

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Why your workplace needs a dash of Autism

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Masters in their field with incredible knowledge and passion which radiates brightly as they speak, but yet struggling with employment?

Unfortunately, this is the case for many individuals on the Autistic Spectrum. In fact, 80% of adults with Autism are unemployed (UN, 2015). A barrier exists between talented individuals and the workplaces they are destined to be, and that barrier is the current mindset within workplace environments.

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