I struggled with office life. Now others are alive to benefits of remote working

For years, people with invisible disabilities—including neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)—have campaigned for accommodations that would allow us to do our jobs well. Chief among these is the flexibility to work from home, writes Angela Lashbrook. The Institute's Dr. Arif Jetha is interviewed about how working from home was one of the most unmet work accommodation needs prior to the pandemic.
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The Guardian
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