Inclusive design drives innovation
Neurodiverse individuals can help drive business innovation as many are high performing ‘out of the box’ thinkers. One in seven people fall into this group, which includes ADHD, autism and dyslexia. As the race to attract and retain top talent hots up, employers need to understand how to help them thrive. In the ‘Sensory Processing, Neurodiversity and Workplace Design’ report, global design firms Tarkett and HOK explore what their challenges are and how workplace environments can be adapted.
Read the report to learn more about:
- Key challenges & workplace design implications
- Differences between gender, age and neurological profile
- Actionable tips for an inclusive workplace