Workplaces that fully embrace the unique talents of neurodivergent employees have a much happier, motivated, and productive workforces.
If employers are to succeed in diversifying their talent base, they must ensure that neurodiverse talent are able to use their rich capabilities and ways of working. That’s why we hosted experts who gave top tips on understanding and attracting neurodivergent candidates.
Key topics will include:
- What neurodiversity is, and how it affects people at work
- Key strategies for supporting neurodivergent employees
- How to encourage and build true inclusivity in the workplace
- Case studies on how to successfully hire neurodivergent candidates in 2023
Hosted by Bolu Faseun, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Senior Manager, PageGroup.
Suzanne Eusman, Head of Specialist Employment Services, Autism Plus
Suzanne Eusman has over 20 years’ experience of working with adults with Autism Spectrum Conditions, Learning Disability and Mental Health. Throughout her career she has focused on working to support individuals to secure and sustain employment. Over this time Suzanne has worked with many employers to help them identify and overcome challenges to supporting individuals in the workplace. Her role has seen her develop, grow and lead a highly successful specialist employment service within Autism Plus that has a national reach providing pre employment support through to in work support for individuals with a range of Autism Spectrum Conditions. Suzanne has also been involved in many local and national pieces of work around the development and improvement of services for adults with autism having previously represented on the Dept of Health – National Autism Programme Board at Westminster for 4 years where she was involved in the development and implementation of the National Adults Autism Strategy and subsequent Statutory Guidance.