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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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According to a recent report by Deloitte Canada and auticon Canada, employers need to do more to understand neurodiversity, reduce barriers to employment for those with autism, and create thoughtful structural supports to foster deeper inclusion among the autistic community. The report, Embracing neurodiversity at work: How Canadians with autism can help employers close the...
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The Autism Impact Fund (AIF), whose mission is to revolutionize the status quo for diagnosing, treating and living with autism through a venture capital model, has led a new investment round in auticon, a technology consulting provider that is the global leader in employing autistic individuals. Since its founding in 2011, auticon now has operations...
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auticon, a social enterprise with offices in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Australia, USA and Canada has won the International Impact award at the UK Social Enterprise Awards, held at the Guildhall in central London on the evening of 8 December. The national Awards, organised by Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) recognises excellence and outstanding...
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auticon is celebrating being one of the pioneering firms in neurodiversity employment and their journey over the past 10 years, from the organisations humble beginnings in Germany to becoming a global business headquartered in eight countries. The founder a software engineer and father to an autistic child Dirk Müller-Remus, realised that 85% of autistic people...
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New research by auticon, a global IT consultancy and social enterprise whose IT consultants are all autistic, has shown that 1 in 10 autistic workers do not feel they can reveal their diagnosis in the workplace. The survey of autistic adults who are in employment[1] showed that line managers are the colleagues they are most...
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Broadcaster, vocal and leadership coach and campaigner, Carrie Grant MBE, is hosting a brand new podcast to drive great conversations about autism. ‘Autism: In conversation with auticon’ is being launched by the social enterprise of the same name, to drive awareness of the realities of autism in the workplace, from the merits of hiring neurodiverse...
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auticon, a global IT consultancy and social enterprise whose IT consultants are all autistic, has helped significantly boost employment prospects for autistic adults by rolling out workplace training in autism awareness to over 1,000 people across Scotland. Thanks to funding from Scottish Government’s Increasing the Understanding of Autism Programme which is managed by Inspiring Scotland,...
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On the 13th of October 2021, I was featured on BBC Radio 1’s news beat. The news story was covering skills shortages around the UK. We are in an exciting time with a record number of job vacancies in the UK, however, many businesses are complaining that their roles cannot be filled. I suggested that...
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Social enterprise businesses like auticon cannot get off the ground without amazing investors who believe in our mission and our people. One of those investors is Sir Richard Branson and The Virgin Group who first invested in auticon in October of 2016. Virgin repeatedly invests in companies like auticon because of their own values. Sir...
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