Topic: neurodiversity

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Neurodiversity in the workplace

Just like life outside, the workplace is a hugely diverse environment. We’re all unique with our own life experiences and personal preferences. They shape how we like to work and get things done. Our differences are the reason great things happen in the workplace. And, as we celebrate the strengths that diversity can bring, we must also be proactive in our support.

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12 neurodiversity strengths that come from thinking differently

In this blog, 12 business leaders and HR professionals share with us what they think are the biggest strengths that come from thinking differently.
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Belongingness at work: DE&I experts share how to create a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging

Hear 7 key thoughts from DE&I experts on creating a culture that promotes acceptance, inclusion & belonging.

Travel with confidence through DEI with the first of Texthelp’s Guided Tours

We’ll be taking a whistle stop tour to the virtual shores of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. And we’ll be exploring DE&I Beach with a specific focus on hidden disabilities and neurodiverse talent.
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Why your workplace needs a dash of Autism

Neurodiverse conditions are a part of human diversity with each making the world a more interesting and unique place to be. Those with Autism experience the world differently and offer original concepts of shared experiences.

Is your workplace adjustments process supporting employees to adapt to change?

In this guest blog we hear from Rachel Billington from the Met Police on how they're improving their workplace adjustments process to support employees to adapt to change

How to make sure the future of blended working is bright for neurodiverse employees

In this guest blog, Lexxic explore blended working, and discover what employers can do to ensure neurodiverse individuals achieve a work-life blend.
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Neurodiversity at work: a 360 degree view

In this guest blog, we hear from our friends at auticon on how they support their neurodiverse workforce.
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11 team communication tips to improve workplace interactions

In this guest blog from Markitors, 11 professionals share their thoughts on how to improve workplace interactions and what it means for your diverse team.
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Neurodiversity exists in the world and should be in the workplace too

Check out our infographic for a quick overview of what neurodiversity is.
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11 ways to help you get used to working from home

Here's 11 ways that might help employees struggling to get used to working from home.
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7 ways to support neurodiverse employees working from home

In this blog we identify 7 ways to help you support neurodiverse employees working from home.
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Remote working solutions to support employees with disabilities

Hear from guest blogger, John Duncan, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Lead at Humber NHS Foundation Trust.
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How to onboard remote employees

Hear from the Texthelp HR team on how we're welcoming and onboarding new employees to the Texthelp family remotely.
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11 virtual training ideas for diverse remote teams

In this guest blog, hear from 11 thought leaders on how to keep your diverse remote teams engaged during remote training.

Disability Confident: FAQs

In this blog, we explore FAQs around being disability confident in the workplace.

8 ways to support employees with dyslexia

Hear from 8 inclusive organisations and discover simple adjustments to help you support employees with dyslexia.

Supporting neurodiversity in the changing world of work

In this Q&A session, we hear from Aidan Healy, CEO of Lexxic, on supporting neurodiversity in today’s evolving workplace.

The role of technology in an evolving workspace

In this Q&A session, we hear from Stuart Blair on the role tech plays in today’s evolving workspace, particularly for neurodiverse employees.
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We’ve partnered with Lexxic to help you support neurodiversity and inclusion at work

We’re pleased to announce our recent partnership with Lexxic, an occupational psychology consultancy that specialises in neurodiversity in the workplace. Together, we’re on a mission to help organisations empower neurodiverse employees and make the workplace more inclusive for everyone!
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10 ways neurodiverse thinking can help us adapt to an unusual world

We are all adjusting our lives in these unprecedented times, and you cannot help but think: are we in a movie?