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How do I... : Challenge discrimination at work?

By: Booth, Janine.
Series: Your Autism Magazine 50 (4) Winter 2016: 14-15. 2016Subject(s): AUTISM | WORK | COMMUNICATION | SOCIAL INTERACTION | SENSORY ISSUES | BULLYING | CHANGE | LEGAL RIGHTSSummary: Points out that most autistic people want to work, but often encounter difficulties in the workplace. Author and workplace trade union representative Janine Booth, who is on the spectrum herself, outlines her ten examples of barriers for autistic people at work, and offers advice for removing them. Also includes a list of "Legal Rights at Work (UK)".
List(s) this item appears in: Preparation for employment. March 2017 | Your Autism Magazine CM April 17
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Points out that most autistic people want to work, but often encounter difficulties in the workplace. Author and workplace trade union representative Janine Booth, who is on the spectrum herself, outlines her ten examples of barriers for autistic people at work, and offers advice for removing them. Also includes a list of "Legal Rights at Work (UK)".

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