In our fourth blog to accompany new Acas research on how people with neurological conditions can get work and flourish within a diverse workforce, Sally Payne and Richard Todd focus on dyspraxia - one of the least understood forms of neurodiversity.
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Wednesday 12 October 2016
Thursday 6 October 2016
In the third of a blog series to accompany new Acas research on neurodiversity in the workplace, Emma Jones considers the autism spectrum within the context of employment.
Tuesday 4 October 2016
In the second of a blog series to accompany new Acas research, Margaret Malpas considers the workplace aspects of the most commonly occurring form of neurodiversity: dyslexia
Monday 3 October 2016
To accompany new Acas research, Chartered Psychologist Nancy Doyle starts off a new blog series looking at 'neurodiversity' at work.
Saturday 1 October 2016
Sir Brendan Barber: Gives his thoughts on workers on boards.