The Integrated Employment Success Tool (IESTTM): Development and Trial of an Autism-Specific Workplace Tool to Assist Employers in Modifying the Work Environment
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Employers play a key role in supporting work participation for individuals with autism. This thesis developed a world first autism-specific workplace tool to assist employers in modifying the work environment. The workplace tool was most beneficial to employers with no previous autism experience and those without external support, and will continue to assist employers in making use of this untapped pool of talent in the workforce.
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