The Future of Work: Working With Autism and ADHD
This article appeared Feb. 17, 2017 in Fast Company
In an article published in Fast Company, Jacksonville partner Susan Warner provides guidance on employees in the workplace with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and what employers are doing to accommodate their needs. As more people with autism and ADHD begin to advocate for themselves at work, some employers are changing their workplaces. There is an increasing awareness in the workplace for certain conditions that are being diagnosed and how these conditions can be considered a disability, Ms. Warner explains. "The best thing for an employer to do when they need to make an accommodation is to start an open dialogue with the employee about what they need.” Click here to read the full article.