Intersectionality: Neurodivergence and other identities: Webinar 6
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Intersectionality: Neurodivergence and other identities: Webinar 6

Intersectionality: Neurodivergence and other identities  On Sunday 18 February, the sixth of Red in the Spectrum’s series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars discussed intersectionality: neurodivergence and other identities. We looked at how the intersection of neurodivergence with aspects such as race, sex, sexuality and gender identity impacts on experiences, particularly at work….

Discipline, attendance, performance management: Webinar 5
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Discipline, attendance, performance management: Webinar 5

Discipline, attendance, performance management On Sunday 11 February, the fifth of Red in the Spectrum’s series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars discussed discipline, attendance and performance management. This post contains all the material about discipline, attendance and performance management that we presented in the webinar, and some of the contributions from participants….

Neurodivergent people’s legal rights at work: Webinar 4
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Neurodivergent people’s legal rights at work: Webinar 4

What are your legal rights at work? On Sunday 4 February, Red in the Spectrum held the fourth in of our series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars, on the subject of neurodivergent people’s legal rights at work. Our seminar presenter, Janine Booth, is not a professional lawyer or legal adviser, but has…

To tell or not to tell an employer that I am neurodivergent? Webinar 3

To tell or not to tell an employer that I am neurodivergent? Webinar 3

Yesterday (Sunday 28 January), Red in the Spectrum held the third in our series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars, on the subject of ‘To tell or not to tell?’. The webinar presented issues and ideas about whether and how to tell an employer that you are neurodivergent, which are reproduced below. Participants…

Workplace changes and reasonable adjustments: Webinar 2
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Workplace changes and reasonable adjustments: Webinar 2

On Sunday (21 January), Red in the Spectrum held the second in of our series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars, on the subject of ‘Workplace changes and reasonable adjustments’. Over thirty people attended, from a variety of jobs and work locations, and contributed their experience by speaking, posting in the chat, and…

Discrimination and how to tackle it: Webinar 1

Discrimination and how to tackle it: Webinar 1

Yesterday (Sunday 14 January), Red in the Spectrum held the first of our series of ten Sunday evening Neurodiversity at Work webinars, on the subject of ‘Discrimination and how to tackle it’. People from a variety of jobs and work locations attended, sharing their experiences of discrimination and learning strategies for tackling it. The webinar…

Is a neurodivergent worker disabled under UK law?
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Is a neurodivergent worker disabled under UK law?

by Janine Booth Is a neurodivergent worker disabled under UK law? The law judges this on a case-by-case basis. The 2010 Equality Act states that an individual is disabled under the law if they have a physical or mental impairment that has a long-term, substantial, adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day…

Neurodiversity at Work: guides to rights and change – 10 new webinars

Neurodiversity at Work: guides to rights and change – 10 new webinars

In early 2024, Red in the Spectrum will is hosting a series of one-hour webinars on Sunday evenings about neurodiversity at work. Detailed reports of the neurodiversity at work webinars held so far are available to read on our blog – reports of particular sessions are linked to below. The webinars will equip neurodivergent workers…