LinkedIn is now allowing users to tag dyslexic thinking as one of their listed skills in an effort to de-stigmatise dyslexia in the workplace. This initiative comes as part of a campaign with Made...
Employment tribunals involving neurodivergent employees rose last year, with dyslexia the most common condition involved.
Neurodiversity awareness levels remain low in the workplace compared with other aspects of diversity and inclusion (D&I).
?Employers must realise dyslexia can affect memory as well as reading and writing, according to Nancy Doyle, research fellow at Birkbeck, University of London
Tapping into the way dyslexic people view and interact with the world could help companies meet future business challenges, according to a report by EY and charity Made by Dyslexia
Neurodiverse talent could be the key as employers face pressure to fill skills gaps