Neurodiversity

Return to office policies must work for neurodivergent staff

There are a range of ways for HR leaders to help make return to office policies work better for neurodivergent people.

Promote cognitive diversity to boost performance

If organisations want to accelerate diversity, and reap the rewards of more diverse teams, they need to start getting to grips with cognitive diversity.

How to create a thriving neurodiverse workplace

Neurodiverse individuals have unique skills and talents. So how can you best support them to allow those skills and talents to flourish in the workplace?

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What it takes to be a neurodiverse leader

How can organisations support neurodiverse people into leadership roles?

Half of neurodivergent employees miss work due to lack of support, report finds

Half of neurodivergent employees have taken time off work due to their neurodivergence, City & Guilds’ annual Neurodiversity Index found. This increased 5% from last year.

Government releases report to tackle barriers autistic people face at work 

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has released a new report on autism in the workplace. 

Half of neurodivergent employees don’t feel supported at work

More than half of neurodivergent employees don’t feel that their organisation (52%) or team (54%) is open or supportive enough to discuss neurodiversity, research by the CIPD revealed.

Neurodiversity and PIPs: Dropping the mask

Are performance improvement plans (PIPs) a fair way to communicate expectations, or a failure of inclusivity? Millicent Machell investigates.

How creating a culture that supports time-blindness can benefit your business

Over the past few months conversations about time blindness, a condition related to attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD), have exploded.

Neurodiversity tribunals continue to rise

In 2022, 102 employment tribunals included claims of neurodiversity discrimination, according to employment law firm, Fox & Partners.

Zurich introduces sense maps for inclusive offices

Insurance firm Zurich UK has created sensory maps for each of its sites showing levels of temperature, noise, smells and foot traffic around the workspace to help employees choose where to work...

AI could help dyslexic workers progress

Almost two thirds (66%) of dyslexic professionals say AI tools can help them climb the career ladder, according to new research from LinkedIn and charity Made By Dyslexia.