Neurodiversity

Case study: A passport to global success at Harvey Nash Group

A drop in employee engagement and a sense among managers that staff were not working to their full potential prompted a cultural refresh that has had an international impact, finds Emma Greedy

Inclusive recruitment needs continuous improvement

Embedding diversity and inclusion into businesses has come on leaps and bounds in recent years – it’s been exciting to watch as companies have developed strategies to increase representation of many...

Job flexibility will drive workforce diversity

If businesses want to cultivate a culture of equality, they need to change their views on flexible working, says business psychologist Jess Hornsby.

Employer toolkit to support staff with autism launched

Two charities have set up a new initiative to assist young people with autism move into employment after finishing school.

The big office reopen is a neurodiversity dilemma

If some of your team seem less than enthusiastic about returning to the workplace, there may be a very good reason why - their neurodiversity.

Neurodiverse talent representation disappoints in 2021

The government has made it clear that it will be putting skills front and centre of its new legislative agenda to help the country overcome the damage caused by the pandemic.

People with learning disabilities held back by bureaucracy

People with learning disabilities can offer unique skills to employers but are held back by bureaucratic policies and attitudes, according to Sally Butcher, managing director of social enterprise...

Dyslexia affects workers' memory as well as literacy

?Employers must realise dyslexia can affect memory as well as reading and writing, according to Nancy Doyle, research fellow at Birkbeck, University of London

Discrimination and mental health issues rife in tech

High levels of discrimination based on gender, ethnicity and neurodiversity persist in the technology sector, according to research

Dyslexic individuals could help tackle skills crisis

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

Neurodiversity not a priority for nine out of 10 businesses

Neurodiverse talent could be the key as employers face pressure to fill skills gaps