dyslexia

“Neurodiversity is a strength, not a weakness,” says tech CEO

Carlene Jackson has called for greater awareness around neurodiversity in the workplace

Executive Solutions hailed for supporting neurodiverse entrepreneurs

Executive Solutions helps neurodiverse entrepreneurs organise their daily work

I realised my apprenticeship was an accelerator for my career

Without my apprenticeship, I wouldn’t be there and it has given me vital skills and the confidence to do things

ADHD in the workplace: the impact on women

The positives and how HR and leaders can support ADHD in the workplace, often under diagnosed in women

Harvey Nash Group launches Inclusion Passport to support its employees

New Inclusion Passport means employees’ reasonable adjustments travel with them around the global professional service provider

Hiring neurodiverse talent: why employer knowledge gaps prevail

Organisations are aware that neurodiverse hires are good for retention rates but lack of resources, knowledge gaps, and access to talent pipelines have stalled their efforts

Half of leaders and managers would not employ a neurodivergent person

People with neurodivergent conditions are more likely to be excluded in the workplace and less likely to be hired

10 things employers can do to help with dyslexia in the workplace

Employees admitting to having dyslexia in the workplace is a growing trend, but not something employers need to shy away from, says the British Dyslexia Association (BDA).

How to use Mind Mapping to empower employees with dyslexia

What do Richard Branson, Steven Spielberg and Bill Gates have in common?

How to future proof your business with the skills of dyslexic employees

Businesses can futureproof their workforce and combat a digital skills gap by employing dyslexic individuals.