The challenges faced by neurodiverse employees in the workplace and the impact of the coping mechanisms they use to overcome them have been under-researched. This study reveals why it is vital that support is personalised and that colleagues are informed to improve understanding and lived experiences.
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How to make your people management approach neurodiversity smart
How internal and external factors influence employee outcomes and organisational performance
Find out about the benefits of employing neurodivergent people and the ways you can support them to be successful at work.
A look at how relational analytics enables better designed HR practices
A look at how storytelling allows HR analysts to craft and sell their stories to different organisational stakeholders, including senior management and people managers
Exploring the use of algorithms in hiring procedures and what impact this has on candidates’ perceptions of fairness
Guidance from research on how managers can deal with role overload, ambiguity and conflict in their teams to reduce ‘always-on’ expectations and maximise staff wellbeing and efficiency