Vancity Puts Focus on Neurodiversity for System Conversion

When Vancity undertook a large-scale system conversion that required significant resources across the organization and additional information technology (IT) resources, the credit union was looking for skilled testers who could quickly learn a highly-complex system, apply that knowledge in...

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Case Study: SAP’s Autism at Work Program Provides Meaningful Employment for People on the Autism Spectrum

SAP is a multinational software company whose research and development locations (SAP Labs), employ over 2,500 people throughout Canada. Finding candidates with the right technical skills and competencies to serve this competitive market is no easy task. One of...

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Different Thinking About Neurodiversity

By Isabelle St-Jean While diversity is increasingly recognized as both a competitive differentiator and primary driver of engagement and productivity, it has become a common aspiration for organizations. As an ideal it speaks to the harmonious potential of people of various...

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