Neurodiversity: The Advantages of Hiring Autistic Employees 
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Currently, autistic workers are undervalued in the workforce. There are an estimated 700,000 people currently living in the UK with some form of autism diagnosis. Yet shockingly, only 16 per cent of them are in full-time employment. But people with autism are ‘neurodiverse’ thinkers. They can be powerful and invaluable employees in many ways. (more…)

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Neil Wright


This article was written by Neil Wright of Webster Wheelchairs, one of the NHS’s leading suppliers of wheelchairs, rollators, and other elderly and disability-friendly eq


How To Build A Culture Of Access At Work & Harness The Power Of Disabled Staff 
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

According to the Office of National Statistics, almost half of all disabled people in the UK are unemployed (46 per cent). Considering that there is thought to be nearly 8 million people in the country with some type of disability, that is a massive number of undervalued and underutilised people. (more…)

Neil.Wright@smartrecrooot.com'
Neil Wright


This article was written by Neil Wright of Webster Wheelchairs, one of the NHS’s leading suppliers of wheelchairs, rollators, and other elderly and disability-friendly eq


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