Putting the ‘neuro’ into Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

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Putting the ‘neuro’ into Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

July 4 at 12:00 - 14:00

In a world where it is reported that only 22%* of autistic adults are in full-time paid employment and 45%* of people have lost or left their job because of challenges caused by autism coupled with the recruitment challenges faced across all sectors it has never been more important to put the ‘neuro’ into ‘diversity and inclusion in the workplace’. 

Sponsored by Law At Work; and in partnership with Autism Guernsey and Guernsey Employment Trust (GET); this session aims to introduce interactive real-life experiences of neurotypical workplaces, why it’s important to foster neuro inclusivity, and how we can go about making our businesses more attractive places to work for this under-represented sector of society. 

Speakers: Alison Rimington, Senior HR Business Manager, Law at Work CI; Nikki Ioannou-Droushiotis, Chief Executive, GET; Julia Watts, Service Manager, Autism Guernsey and an individual with lived experience of Autism.  

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During a lunch and learn event, there is a light lunch with refreshments while a speaker presents on a particular topic. This can range from workplace skills, such as time management or communication, to industry-specific knowledge, such as new developments in technology or marketing strategies.


12pm – Networking and lunch 

12:30 – 1pm Interactive exercise delivered by Autism Guernsey  

1pm – Alison Rimington from Law at Work CI; Nikki Ioannou-Droushiotis from GET; will then discuss the need to create more inclusive workspaces and advice on how you can achieve this with reasonable adjustments etc. 

2pm End of event 




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