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Neurodivergent workers bring many skills and talents to the workplace. Learn more in this toolkit.
Learn more about neurodiversity in the workplace.
Learn about organizations working together to identify promising practices for neurodiversity at work.
Learn about the benefits of hiring neurodivergent employees.
Partnerships can help ensure a talent pipeline for neurodivergent candidates.
Learn how hiring neurodivergent workers can benefit all employees.
Train managers and peers to improve the workplace experiences of neurodivergent employees.
Neurodivergent employees, just like all employees, want to build skills and advance in their careers.
A variety of organizations, agencies and programs are available to help employers source and hire neurodivergent workers.
Ensuring that job descriptions and interview processes are inclusive can help attract skilled candidates, including neurodivergent workers.
A supportive work environment can be helpful for all employees, including neurodivergent workers.
Employer Case Study: Learn how an electrical manufacturing company is benefitting from workplace disability-inclusion.
Employer Case Study: Find out how this leading financial institution is using a paid apprenticeship model to train and hire people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Learn about a JPMC initiative to train and hire people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for professional roles within the organization, and how the program shifted to remote work during the pandemic.
Learn about strategies employers can use to attract and retain neurodivergent employees.
This checklist summarizes some of the lessons learned from successful neurodiversity hiring programs.
Read the companion piece to EARN's webinar “Hiring and Supporting Neurodivergent Workers: Strategies for Success,” which took place on August 17, 2022, to learn about strategies employers can use to attract, retain and advance neurodivergent workers.