Nonprofit consultancy Neurodiversity in the Workplace (NITW), longtime partner of Dell Technologies, SAP and other inclusive employers seeking the talents of autistic people, is expanding its reach after a generous endowment from philanthropist Lisa Yang.
If you are a large employer, you already have autistic employees, whether you know it or not. Some employers recognize the potential of this untapped workforce and have implemented autism hiring programs as part of their diversity and inclusion efforts.
While neurodiverse people think, process and/or act differently than neurotypicals, appreciating the strengths they bring to teams makes a difference.
An increasing number of large corporations are boosting their efforts to hire individuals with autism. Several factors are pushing this hiring trend. Society has become more familiar with autism as the topic weaves its way into popular culture.
In the face of the evidence demonstrating the bottom-line impact of inclusive employment, as well as the consumer and employee demand for inclusion, what can learning leaders do? Here are five tips.
The shortage of cybersecurity professionals, along with the well-known diversity problems in the tech industry, have led several organizations to develop initiatives to encourage individuals in underrepresented groups to explore cybersecurity careers.
There is clear evidence to support the benefits of considering candidates with ASD as potential employees.
Aurora, IL - July 27, 2017 - Reflection Software is a proud partner of Turning Pointe Autism Foundation in developing the online training modules for their Made to Inspire Café.