For many employees working from home, an average day means wading through mile-long e-mail chains, chaotic meetings via Zoom and kids shouting in the background. This new take on the home office can be distracting for anyone, but for neurodiverse employees, adjusting to a new setting can be even more daunting. Employees with disabilities such as autism, dyslexia and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as depression and severe anxiety, may need special accommodations to
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 16th June 2020, 15:02
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