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A global pandemic and civil unrest have accelerated meaningful workplace changes over the last few years. We were given the opportunity to redefine where we work, how we work, and who is represented at work. Our “future of work” conversations expanded to address burnout, mental health, racial diversity and equity. Organizations got the chance to hit the reset button – and many did, settling into a new normal as 2022 closed.

Especially meaningful to me were the efforts to include neurodiverse hiring in companies’ DEI initiatives. Leaders like MicrosoftGoldman SachsGoogle CloudWells FargoDell, and Deloitte actively sought to hire and accommodate people with autism and other neurodiverse conditions, including dyslexia, ADHD, and Tourette syndrome.

We’ve made great strides in breaking down biases and barriers in the hiring process – but we’re not done. Conversations about the future of work in 2023 must now turn to full inclusion.

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