In a Nutshell: Issue 68
Some organisations are beginning to realise the potential of having a neurodiverse workforce, but the number who're adapting their HR practices to attract and hire from the largely untapped pool of neurodiverse employees is still very low. This article explains how employees with neurological conditions such as autism and dyslexia, can add significant value to an organisation by contributing different ways of thinking and problem-solving.
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