Workplaces are becoming more inclusive than ever.
Nearly three quarters of workers value inclusivity in their organizations, according to our recent research. Millennials and Gen Zers in particular value an organization’s social goals lining up with theirs, more than traditional financial incentives.
Companies are realising that inclusivity is not only a great way to attract the best talent, but also leads to better workplace environments.
So, there is renewed focus on trying to bring more neurodiverse people – those with autism or other neurologically atypical patterns of thought – into workplaces. However, how do organizations ensure they are able to retain these individuals?
In this blog post, I will share some details around our new app, BuddyConnect, and how it helps neurodiverse people lead more supported and happier lives in the workplace.
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