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Neurodiversity @ Work Employer Roundtable

Learn about organizations working together to identify promising practices for workplace neurodiversity initiatives. 

Hosted by Disability:IN, the Neurodiversity @ Work Employer Roundtable is a group of innovative leaders representing businesses that have spearheaded hiring initiatives focused on neurodiverse employees.

Participating companies include Bank of America, Chevron, Dell, Deloitte, DXC Technology, EY, Fidelity, Ford, Freddie Mac, Google, HP, IBM, JPMorgan Chase (JPMC), KPMG, Microsoft, Prudential, Qualcomm, Salesforce, SAP, TD Ameritrade, Travelers, U.S. Bank, Warner Brothers and Willis Towers Watson. Together, they provide support for neurodiversity-focused hiring initiatives and aim to highlight the benefits of such initiatives.

In 2019, the Employer Roundtable published the “Autism @ Work Playbook” in collaboration with the University of Washington Information School. The Playbook offers insights from Employer Roundtable members to help employers explore new approaches to identifying talent and generating meaningful employment opportunities. The playbook provides on topics including recruitment planning, program resourcing, interviewing and training processes, onboarding, retention and more.