Odgers Berndtson: How can recruitment processes be more inclusive for autistic applicants?
Odgers Berndtson discusses how recruitment processes can be made more inclusive for autistic job applicants. They suggest that by understanding the unique strengths and challenges of people on the autism spectrum, employers can create a more welcoming and accommodating hiring process.
In fact, 29% of autistic adults in the UK are in full-time paid employment. Creating a more inclusive recruitment process can benefit both employers and job seekers with autism by increasing diversity and unlocking the potential of a highly talented and often overlooked talent pool.
The full article also explores:
- Recommendations for making recruitment processes more inclusive for autistic job applicants
- Benefits of creating an inclusive recruitment process for both employers and job seekers with autism
- How can work trials help