Neurodiversity at Work: Turning Difference into Strength

When you’re trying to create a psychologically stimulating work environment, to help every employee reach their potential, you can’t go for a uniform one-size-fits-all solutions. People think differently — literally — and you’ll get the best results from your team members if you support and plan around the needs and preferences of neurodiverse employees.

A neurodiverse individual, with a neurological condition such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or those on the autism spectrum, may approach the workday differently from neurotypical peers. When your organization is flexible enough to accommodate these neurodiverse workers and help them thrive, overall organizational productivity can stand to benefit.

Neurodiversity at Work: What Do Employers Need to Know

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