Diversity: Neurodiversity and the workplace

Karen Baxter and Tom Heys explore the legal and practical issues around employing people with neurodivergent conditions and how employers can develop a more neurodiverse workforce ‘When addressing the duty of reasonable adjustment in this context, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Employers should tailor practices and techniques for learning, communicating and working to the individual …
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Cases Referenced

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