Neurodiversity at Work
Posted on: December 6, 2021
Business Librarian Elizabeth Price and Humanities Librarian Malia Willey have created a new book display, Neurodiversity at Work.
According to Psychology Today, neurodiversity “refers to the idea that neurological differences, such as those seen in autism or ADHD, reflect normal variations in brain development.” As described in the Harvard Business Review in 2017, some companies are reforming their HR processes to better support neurodiverse employees and better access their talents. Learn more about neurodiversity in these books, or find more materials on this topic by searching “neurodiversity” or “neurodivergent” in Library Search.
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