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Autism on the agenda at Dogpatch

7th April, 2019
Sonya Curley, managing director of Harvey Nash

Senior management buy-in is crucial to get firms to broaden their approach to hiring people with disabilities, according to Sonya Curley, managing director of Harvey Nash.

Speaking at an event last week in Dublin on getting more people with autism into the workforce, Curley said approaches to the entire hiring process needed an overhaul in order to broaden the talent pool.

“Higher management have to buy in. Look at how inclusive the language you use...

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