Although it is estimated that 1 in 7 people in the UK are neurodivergent, many people do not disclose a neurodiverse condition to their employer or remain undiagnosed. [1]

Most workplaces are designed for neurotypical individuals and pay little attention to the needs of neurodiverse colleagues. A few simple workplace adjustments can go a long way in supporting all colleagues to be more productive at work.

Dr Jill Miller is the Policy Advisor for Diversity and Inclusion at CIPD. In this video, Jill provides a better understanding of neurodiverse colleagues’ experiences’ and gives insights into cost-effective ways to support them at work. By increasing awareness of neurodiversity, organisations can widen their talent pool by ensuring their hiring process is inclusive.

[1] ACAS, Neurodiversity at Work

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Around 1 in 7 of the UK population is neurodivergent. We heard from Dr Jill Miller, Policy Adviser - Diversity and Inclusion at CIPD , to gain a better understanding of how neurodiversity impacts colleagues at work and explore workplace adjustments that can benefit everyone.

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