Self-Awareness Drives Workplace Success for Dyslexic Adults

Identifying strategies for emotional wellbeing will help build confidence, say UK researchers.

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Revealed: Best Project Management Set-Up for ADHD Employees

US researchers suggest this arrangement will foster innovation while keeping the project on track.

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Managers At Risk of Emotional Burnout When Managing Neurodivergent Employees

Workplaces need to provide adequate training and support to avoid a drop in employee productivity.

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Autistic Software Developers Experience Unique Stresses [Article]

Autistic software developers are more susceptible to workplace-induced stress than their neurotypical colleagues, according to US researchers.

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What Does Autistic Leadership Look Like in 2020?

Autistic leaders don't get the support that they need because of stigma. Rachel Worsley shares the latest research and her personal story of leadership.

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Hayley Reflects On Teaching Kids While Living with Tourette's [ND@Work]

Hayley Elford explains the challenges of university, working in schools and explaining her tics to her students.

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22 Statistics About Neurodiversity and Employment That You May Not Know [Factsheet]

There is a wide range of experiences to be tracked in order to understand the scope of the problem that is unemployment among neurodivergent people.

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How Autistic Teenagers and Adults Can Start Their Micro-Business [Guide]

Laura and Clay Lewis talk about how you can start a micro-business for your autistic child and help them thrive.

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Your Rights at Work if You Have ADHD [Visual Guide]

This Australian guide has been advised by a top employment lawyer in Australia and provides an overview of your rights.

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Formal Workplace Accommodation Policies Needed for Autistic Employees

If support services were not available, policies and procedures are necessary to ensure companies take appropriate responsibility for workplace accommodations.

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Rise@DHHS: A Manager's Perspective

Chris Hofmann, manager of DHHS, writes an opinion piece about the award-winning Rise@DHHS program in Australia.

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The Origins and Evolution of Neurodiversity

Judy coined the term ‘Neurodiversity’ in 1997. Read more from her conversation with Rachel Worsley.

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