Interesting reading for a Friday: guidance on how employers can make sure they cater for 'neurodivergents' as well as 'neurotypicals'.  This former group, which makes up around 10% of the population, bring a range of skills that organisations probably need more today than ever, such as data-driven thinking and the ability to spot patterns and trends...

This group is highly likely to be represented in all of our candidate pools and workforces.  Are we enabling them to perform at their best?