Traditional assessment and selection methods aren't always welcoming and inclusive for neurodiverse talent. Deloitte recently published two recruiting guides to provide insight on neurodiversity and help employers make adjustments to overcome challenges neurodiverse people face in the recruiting process. Dispel myths and misunderstandings with these interactive learning guides that include compelling videos and interactive activities.
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Is your recruiting process inclusive for neurodiverse candidates?
We don’t all need to be experts in neurodiversity to be able to support someone who is neurodiverse. Ultimately, we need to be non-judgemental, open minded, and have a working background knowledge, so that your approach to a conversation with a neurodivergent person comes from an informed place.
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The Framework for #Neurodiversity at Work Pilots is an overview of a four-step framework covering Internal Planning, Scope and Employment Modeling, Internal Training, and Recruiting and Sourcing Talent for a more #neurodiverse workforce. Learn more at https://t.co/R8zbizvqJT— Disability:IN (@DisabilityIN) April 18, 2022
Jamie Graham, Business Engagement & Relationship Manager @ConceptNorthern shares his personal journey and talks about #inclusive recruitment practices when it comes to #neurodiverse individuals & urges all orgs in #Scotland to consider better working environments.#Neurodiversity pic.twitter.com/be9OFtTA3P— SBRC (@SBRC_Scotland) April 21, 2022