How Can Employers Support Autistic Workers?

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Over 3.5 million people in America are on the autistic spectrum yet only 19.3 percent of people with disabilities were working or actively seeking work as of 2014. Why do autistic people to appear to make up such a small amount of the workforce? Employers can help to change this by becoming more open to diversity and […]

Inclusive Recruiting Creates Innovative and Diverse Teams

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While many recruiters struggle to recruit talented people for their company, there is a huge pool of untapped talent being overlooked. Around 26 million people in the U.S. have some form of disability, equivalent to one in five Americans. And while many people with disabilities, particularly those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), haven’t been able to find a job, many […]

Remote Work is Helping Aspies to Finally Shine

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Of all the work-capable disabilities, syndromes, and conditions, those with Asperger’s and especially Autism have the lowest employment rates. This is a startling fact, especially for those who know about their talents and worth ethic. However, the old, generally accepted, tradition of the face-to-face interview often shredded any hope of them getting a good job […]