Mia Zielinska: We are all responsible for ‘otherin...
Alan Thornburrow: Embracing Neurodiversity – one s...
Hester Grainger: How to understand and adapt for n...
Carlene Jackson: Why employers should recognise an...
How can employers support neurodivergence in the workplace?
15 to 20% of the world’s population exhibits neurodivergence, which refers to the various ways the brain can work and interpret information.Read More
Hester Grainger: How to host neurodivergent-friendly interviews
For neurodivergent employees, interviews can be very tricky. Discover how employers can successfully host neurodivergent-friendly interviews.Read More
65% of neurodivergent employees fear discrimination while UK businesses promote neurodiverse workplaces
New research has found significant barriers to neurodivergent employees disclosing their neurodivergence to employers.Read More
Nancy Doyle: Facilitating neurodiversity inclusion at work – Where we’ve been and where we’re going
Neurodiversity inclusion has been a hot topic since the 2000s when tech companies began hiring Autistic people to work in their coding teams.Read More
Neurodiversity in business launches annual conference
Today the Neurodiversity in Business will host 400 delegates to build understanding and embrace action toward neuroinclusive workplaces.Read More
Mia Zielinska: We are all responsible for ‘othering’ neurodiverse people (and we can stop doing it)
Honestly, how do you feel about hiring neurodiverse people? Research has found 50% would not employ someone from one of the neurominorities.Read More
Neurodiversity Celebration Week
Neurodiversity Celebration Week is an annual event that celebrates the strengths and contributions...Read More
Neurodiversity at Work: The Ultimate Guide for Managers
An introduction for managers to neurodiversity at work plus links to additional resources to help you take your learning further.Read More
Alan Thornburrow: Embracing Neurodiversity – one size really doesn’t fit all
Work gatherings are considered a time for employers to champion inclusivity, but for some, such gatherings are an unwelcome experience.Read More
Hester Grainger: How to understand and adapt for neurodivergent employees
Welcoming neurodiversity: Roughly 20% of the population is neurodiverse which means organisations will already have neurodivergent employees.Read More
Carlene Jackson: Why employers should recognise and celebrate neurodiversity
WWP caught up with neurodiversity advocate, Carlene Jackson, to discuss the benefits and importance of workplace inclusivity.Read More
Lucinda Pullinger: Neurodiversity & designing a workspace for all
Employees must ensure they consider the needs of all employees – an important element of this is accounting neurodivergent employees.Read More
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