Member page: Capitalising on neurodiverse talent
Past HR Network Event
7 February 2019
Capitalising on neurodiverse talent: Optimising the talents of diverse thinkers
Ian Iceton, Amanda Callen, Helen Gray, Adam Goldman and Liz Hey
Neurodiversity at Work
Gray H, George A (2016), Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas)
Psychology at work: improving wellbeing and productivity in the workplace
The British Psychological Society
This workshop covered such topics as:
The scope and nature of neurodiversity.
Attracting, recruiting and retaining talent for enhanced organisational value.
Identifying the main issues for organisations in supporting employees in the workplace.
Examples of best practice in organisations which have successfully used strategies for recruiting and supporting people with neurodiversity in work
Amanda Callen, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Employment Studies
Liz Hey, Research Officer, Institute for Employment Studies
Ian Iceton, Group HR Director at River and Mercantile Group
Adam Goldman, Auticon
Helen Gray, Principal Research Economist, Institute for Employment Studies