Tag: Supporting Neurodiversity in the Workplace Blog Series
Employees with ADHD tend to be highly creative and work well under pressure. Personalized support from People leaders can foster their strengths and empower them to be their best selves.
One in six children aged 3-17 years old have a diagnosis for developmental differences. Companies that are supportive of employees raising neurodivergent children can achieve better retention and contribute to healthier workplaces.
Autistic people have different ways of processing information that allows for intense attention to detail, pattern detection, excellent coding and data driven processing skills, and the ability for inferential thinking. Here’s how to support autistic employees, accommodate their unique needs, and ultimately build a workplace where they too can thrive.