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Research Report

Data View: Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Are companies adopting practices to accommodate and support neurodivergent employees?

Neurodiversity is a word used to explain the unique way that our brains work. 

Being “neurodivergent” means that an individual has different challenges and strengths as compared to “neurotypical” individuals. For example, those with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and/or sensory processing disorder would be considered "neurodivergent".

At TSIA, we asked the question: is neurodiversity being incorporated into diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts (DEI) within companies? How, and to what extent?

This data view answers these questions with the results from our poll on neurodiversity.

Authored By:

John Ragsdale

Distinguished Researcher, Vice President of Technology Ecosystems, TSIA

Pranita Kumar

Senior Research Analyst, TSIA

Publish Date: May 22, 2023

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