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By Larry Ross As a job coach or neuro-inclusion specialist at auticon, a majority-autistic company, my role includes supporting the mental health and well-being of our autistic employees. Considering that over 1% of the global population are on the autism spectrum, you’re likely to work with or manage an autistic colleague at some point during your career—whether or...
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It is estimated that less than 29% (ons.gov.uk) of autistic adults are in any form of meaningful employment (Office for National Statistics, UK). Autistic people commonly have cognitive strengths that make them particularly well-suited for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Despite this, they are faced with barriers such as an exclusionary recruitment...
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In cyber security the challenges of finding people in wake of the Optus and Medibank data breaches are significantly heightened. With a focus on bolstering their defenses, employers are exploring new options and seeing significant value in breaking down barriers to employment for neurodiverse individuals. Due to rigid employment practices in many organisations skilled neurodivergent...
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This event is designed for people on the autism spectrum looking for an employment opportunity in the Information Technology industry with leading IT consulting practice auticon. auticon work with leading Australian and global companies in IT and support our consultants to deliver world class projects in software engineering, cybersecurity, data analytics and quality assurance and...
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“At first, I was skeptical about bringing in autistic consultants – I didn’t know if they would have the skills we needed. “But then I learned about auticon, a consultancy that exclusively hires autistic consultants in a presentation from our Head of Human Resources, Uwe Schoepe.” “By the end I remember thinking, ‘this could be...
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auticon IT Consultant James Tingle first learned computer programming, and he taught himself to read at the age of four. He has some amazing talents, but he hasn’t completed high school and like so many autistic people he finds social interaction uneasy and difficult to comprehend. James is not only autistic, but he has circadian...
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Sydney, Australia — Today, auticon Australia announced the need to hire 15 new roles for autistic people due to growing demand from clients. Since opening its doors here in Australia late in 2019 auticon have experienced consistent and rapid growth as the organization continues to deliver extraordinary results for its clients. In late February this year,...
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These unique skills are not easily learned, Meredith Ward has built her wealth of knowledge based on her lived experience being a mother of an autistic child, now 26 years old. Meredith is the Senior Job Coach and for her, working at auticon is a very personal experience. She understands firsthand the challenges of many autistic people and...
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When most people think about ‘hackers’ they picture a dark room with a person entrapped in a cocoon of screens deriving near impossible algorithms to break through the most super sophisticated security systems. But in reality, most hackers are looking for the easiest way to get to anything of value. Its not about target and...
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