'Working life for Asperger's syndrome employees may become either difficult or fulfilling, depending upon how companies support them'.
This article raises interesting challenges to current views on the UK's lauded labour market flexibility. The authors argue that, far from being the cause of a UK ‘jobs miracle’, flexibility in employment brings costs in job quality and productivity that are detrimental to individuals, society and the economy.
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