?We all need to think like dyslexics,” says Matt Hancock. What does that mean and how can business leaders tap into the potential of dyslexic employees?
Charity Made by Dyslexia emphasised how the public remained unaware of the positive characteristics associated with dyslexia and entrepreneurs are speaking up about how it’s helped them succeed in business.
Many have taken to emphasising the benefits of neurodiversity during Dyslexia Awareness Week. Satellite PR director Pauline Kent is no different. She unveils her experience of hiring those with dyslexia and why more bosses should look to do the same.
With Dyslexic Awareness Week in full swing, we asked the UK workforce which tools and means allow them to work comfortably.
A Starbucks employee, accused of falsifying documents after entering the wrong information due to dyslexia, took the company to court and won her case. As such, here are some tips on spotting dyslexia and how to ensure employees work comfortably.