Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), companies with 15 or more employees must make reasonable accommodations to ensure any employee with a disability can succeed.
Companies are sometimes concerned about hiring people with disabilities because they fear the cost required for these accommodations. And in fact, shortly after the ADA became law in 1990, companies employed fewer disabled people than before the law. That number has since bounced up, demonstrating that companies can be scared of accommodations and job protections.
There’s no need.
And while accommodations for someone in a wheelchair can seem quite obvious, accommodations for neurodivergent employees can seem daunting. It doesn’t have to be. I spoke with Anthony Pacilio, VP of Neurodiverse Solutions at CAI Neurodiverse Solutions. Pacilio is neurodiverse and has experience not only creating solutions but using them himself.
Pacilio gave me ten inexpensive ways to help your employees (or yourself!) succeed.
To keep reading, click here: 10 Inexpensive Ways to Help Neurodivergent Employees Succeed