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Three Ways to Build a Neuroinclusive Workplace in 2024

Welcome to the future of inclusive workplaces in 2024! As businesses seek to build upon DEI initiatives, expanding to include neurodiversity will help build more inclusive workplaces. Every team is a neurodiverse team, meaning workforce development must be tailored for a neurotypical and neurodivergent audience.

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Aspiritech in the Spotlight on WGN Morning News

CEO Tara May had the opportunity to chat with the hosts of Chicago’s WGN Weekend Morning News on January 13 to talk about the work that our tech company does to employ adults on the autism spectrum.

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Aspiritech’s Neuroinclusive Culture on the UWI Podcast

Nick Bruno, Aspiritech’s VP of People & Culture, recently sat down with Erica Birtles, Interim CEO of the Universal Workforce Institute (UWI), on an episode of its podcast, Let’s Talk Universal, to discuss how Aspiritech fosters this connection with employees in unique ways.

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Aspiritech Promotes Maxwell Huffman to Director of Operations

In his new role, Huffman will oversee operations across all of Aspiritech’s program lines, including software quality assurance, accessibility, and data services. He will focus on creating an integrated and efficient operational structure to facilitate the company’s continued growth and success.

Embracing Neurodiverse Perspectives in Tech 

Rather than forcing neurodivergent staff to conform to neurotypical standards, we provide flexibility in communication, sensory adaptations, and working styles, enabling our workforce to thrive.

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