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How to create a workplace that supports neurodiversity

The theme of World Autism Awareness Day 2022, 'Inclusion in the Workplace' calls for Neurodiversity Image: Unsplash/Arlington Research

Kate Whiting

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Three key areas to support neurodivergence at work Image: Deloitte

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