Sometimes, people who have Autism Spectrum Disorder need accommodations to do their best work. And, sometimes they don’t. Here are three ways you can accommodate and be more inclusive of employees with Autism.
Explore how the ADA and EEOC help to protect people with intellectual and developmental disabilities from unfair treatment and workplace discrimination. Examine how the ADA applies to every step of the employment process, including hiring, pay, benefits, promotion, and termination.
Learn more about dyslexia, a neurobiological learning disability that makes reading more challenging for roughly 1 in 5 people. Discover the high-level skills and competencies that often come naturally to people with dyslexia, adding to their value as employees and leaders.
Expand your thinking about the benefits of adding employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to your team. Consider that people with IDD can fill existing positions and perform well in many areas of business operations.