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Will, a QA analyst at auticon US, shares his struggles with employment before he found auticon--and how much his career and life have improved in his five years with the company.
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In part two of our Q&A series, auticon Data Engineer Brooke Talcott shares her path to a career in technology and her advice for other autistic women in tech.
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On National STEM Day, we're celebrating autistic women in STEM. auticon Deployment Project Manager Kayla Aitken shares her career path and advice in this Q&A.
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In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), we discuss workplace accommodations and share how all workplaces can take simple steps to be more inclusive.
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we asked some of our most innovative autistic employees to share their thoughts on innovation, autism, and more.
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Many tech companies look for employees who fit the company culture. At auticon, we use a system called compassionate management tomake sure that our culture fits our employees by using a system called compassionate management. 
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How the benefits of an inclusive and (neuro)diverse workplace can look like and how to build an inclusive talent system, read the following.
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About hard and soft skills and how Autism can be a big advantage in the technology field, read the following.
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Few have not heard of the concept of automation, and many have formed some kind of opinion on the matter. In the 1993 film “Jurassic Park,” automation is depicted as not only one of the triumphs, but a major contributor to the downfall of the eponymous park, in addition to the rampaging dinosaurs.
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