'Positive about working with Autism' HR scheme

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Employing individuals with autism can be beneficial to employers

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Autism is a protected characteristic within the Equality Act

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Estimates suggest 1 in every 1000 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum

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Individuals with autism cannot sustain employment

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When an individual with autism does not give you eye contact it means they are not listening

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You can engage with an individual with autism by talking about facts rather than social chit chat

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Job interviews put individuals with autism at a disadvantage

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Individuals with autism enjoy meeting new people as part of the induction

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Using concise structured instructions will help an employee with autism

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Many individuals with autism are able to give good attention to detail

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An individual with autism may struggle with unwritten social rules during meetings

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When conducting performance reviews with an individual with autism you should use open questions

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Using terms such as ‘quite’ and ‘average’ can be confusing for an individual with autism

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Some individuals with autism become anxious if meetings do not start and finish on time

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Individuals with autism find it easy to work as part of a team

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Breaking tasks into small steps can be very beneficial to an individual with autism

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Individuals with autism find it easier to work in a sensory neutral environment

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Hot desking is a useful approach for individuals with autism

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The pursuit of special interests may have led to the individual with autism developing specialist skills

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Most individuals with autism do not want to work

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