Many great and successful people in the past had AD/HD, such as Einstein and Churchill. By accommodating employees with AD/HD, many of them can thrive with tremendous success at work; thus, proving to be valuable assets to their workplace if given the proper opportunity.
Ways to make work easier.
Learn the usefulness and importance of 30-minute meetings.
Learn about the important legal risks of lying on your resume when applying for jobs.
Employer’s who implement low cost workplace accommodations for those with disabilities may notice increased employee performance.
Excerpts from Susan Karyn Lasky’s presentation on “ADHD in the Workplace.” Lasky provides information on the rights that ADHD adults should have at their workplace, as well as what employers can implement to inexpensively accommodate employees diagnosed with ADHD.
A NYTimes Sunday Magazine article chronicling a few adults’ diagnosis and experiences with ADD in the workplace, while combating the law and stigmas against them.