Neurodiversity is a new(ish) term that refers to people who have autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, and a range of other neurological conditions.
They’re known as ‘spectrum’ conditions, which means they can present with a different range of characteristics depending on the person. But there are some common features in terms of preferred communication style and ways of processing information, for example.
One of the hottest topics in the world of HR at the moment is how employers can support neurodiverse employees and create a neuro-inclusive workplace.
This free-to-download guide, made in partnership with Citation, aims to help employers understand why neurodiversity is important, how it falls under the Equality Act 2010, supporting neurodiversity in recruitment, awareness and company culture, and a handful of other areas of importance.