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The Benefits of Hiring Neurodiverse Employees

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.

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