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Sydney Morning Herald
While tight labour markets are already encouraging businesses to look at untapped talent pools, when it comes to employment of neurodiverse employees, Australia has a lot of room for improvement.
Australian Financial Review
Autistic NDIS recipients are willing and able to work but fear if they get a job and lose it they will be ineligible for any future financial support from the scheme, a disabled rights activist says.
With the digital skills crisis taking over the UK, many talent pools are being overlooked by businesses – including neurodivergent people.
WithYouWithMe research has found autistic individuals may hold the key to solving the digital skills crisis, scoring better than the general population in key digital competencies.
Are We There Yet? The state of Diversity and Inclusion in Australian workplaces, a new report by WithYouWithMe (WYWM), delves into the current state of D&I primarily as it relates to recruitment in the Australian marketplace.
Northrop Grumman UKI recently partnered with WithYouWithMe to bring 8 individuals with no prior experience – including a neurodiverse military veteran – into their tech team.