Building Bridges to Nowhere: On Workplace Best Practices for Keeping Autistic Persons Terminally Jobless

Imagine someone who just wants to do their job in their workspace, produce results for their company, get a paycheck, and at the end of each day, go home to curl up with their fluffy pet.
And now, thanks to the new open-office design and policies designed to foster collaboration– they are intolerably distracted by having to work in a 360 degree sensory defensive zone!
Again, a truly counter-inclusive idea being polished up, paraded as some sort of breakthrough moment by the architects of workplace culture.  Without a pre-existing culture of acceptance, diversity, and inclusivity being firmly in place, these workspace harm anyone who is not a social insider.

Building Bridges to Nowhere: On Workplace Best Practices for Keeping Autistic Persons Terminally Jobless

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