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News You Can Use: Making Work Work for Every Brain

dei neurodiversity news strategy Apr 02, 2024
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With an estimated 10-20% of individuals identifying as neurodivergent, the future of work isn't automation or artificial intelligence; it's neuro-inclusion.


Why it matters

Tailoring work to fit the needs of neurodiverse minds isn't just the right thing to do; it makes business sense.

As reported by the Financial Times, from 2016 to 2023, the number of judgments issued by the employment tribunals related to disability discrimination increased by 9,167% from 3 to 278.



Expect an increase in corporate demand for neuroinclusive products and services.

For example, Microsoft reports high demand for job coaches, flexible work arrangements, and quiet office spaces among their neurodiverse employees.

Over the last 30 days, Google searches for 'ADHD coach near me' and 'access to work' have surged, indicating a growing awareness and need for support.

The "silver lining" in the spike in employment lawsuits is work that works for everyone. 


Your next step

Now might be the perfect moment to authentically explore a new niche. If you're unsure where to begin, catch the from Neurodiversity Celebration Week.

This conversation offers valuable advice on solutions that help empower neurodiverse minds.


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