Making Neurodiversity Employment Simple
Our mission is to make the recruitment and retention of neurodiverse employees both simple and cost effective for any employer.
With the rising need to meet the challenges of innovation, creativity and productivity - existing talent strategies can benefit substantially from including a more diverse range of people.
Autistic, dyslexic and ADHD employees are best placed to create value and support your talent needs - we believe our role is to help you to make the most of this talent pool that is right on your door step.
How we work with you
If knowledge is power, are you ready to plug in?
With a focus on educating and empowering employers. If you’re in HR, Diversity & Inclusion or hire people daily, weekly or just every now and then - you’ll learn something new!
Prefer to get an intro to how we work and the style of online training we offer? Start with this free webinar - money back guarantee included :)
From internships and graduate programs to individual or multi person hiring needs, we’ve got you covered. Specialising in Accounting/Finance, Engineering and IT roles.
I was having an interesting conversation recently (something I’m fortunate in doing regularly) and something rather obvious occurred to me.
It is a little surprising that this ‘epiphany’ felt as profound as it did at the time, when on reflection it seems like it’s been a clear thought in my own mind for a long time.
An area that will rise in relevance and importance for many employers is tapping into neurodiverse graduates.
It’s well documented and most people would agree - there is a war for talent. Now for sure in some industries and for some skill sets the battles are more hard fought than others.
Job seeking can be an intimidating and confusing time for anyone, but for Autistic job seekers, these feelings are often compounded.
However, with a few tweaks to your approach, you can not only lessen the stress and confusion of trying to find work but also increase your chances of being successful!
Many people who identify as being neurodiverse, which covers neurological conditions such Aspergers, Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia, are reported as being under supported at work.
Australian and international statistics also indicate that between 52% and 60% of people with a disability or neurodiverse are unemployed. This does not include the large numbers that are underemployed (employed less than 32 hours a week) where they have the capacity and desire to work more.
With the often highly valuable workplace strengths that neurodiverse people possess, this represents a significant opportunity for organisations to access a capable and willing pool of talent.