Autism Equality in the Workplace: Removing Barriers and Challenging Discrimination
by Janine Booth Author and John McDonnell Author
Inequality in the workplace can apply to many aspects of worklife, including neurophobia. This book, Autism Equality in the Workplace, offers information on how and why people on the autistic spectrum are so under-employed (only 15% hold full-time jobs), and also the ways we can fight back for equality in the workplace. From work environment to proper communication, Janine Booth uses her background as the Co-Chair of the TUC Disabled Worker's Committee as well as a person on the autistic spectrum herself to teach and prove the ways people like her can be important members of their working community. Suitable for workers, co-workers, managers, unions and more. Bonus coverage of autism & workplace laws in the US, European Union, Canada, Australia, and the UK. Good index, too.
A clear-headed precription for progressive workplace policy changes. Nothing about us without us!
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