Navigating the modern workplace is a big challenge for all employees, regardless of any other factors. The skills required to be a successful and productive worker are myriad, from meeting ever changing deadlines to the quarterly reviews where performance targets are constantly upgraded. When you add the autism spectrum disorder into the mix, which comes with its own unique set of complications, it’s no wonder that over 80% of British Columbian autistic adults are either out of work or in work that doesn’t challenge them to be their best selves. This is where job coaching for ASD employee is becoming a more popular trend to help retain autistic workers and prevent them from burning out or leaving before the end of their contract.
- Post author:Luis
- Post published:December 28, 2021
- Post category:Business
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