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SourceAbled connects corporations to the autism community through a revolutionary combination of technology and collaboration. It is designed to attract and hire qualified talent with unique abilities.
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Rangam Cares is the heart of Rangam providing exceptional customer service for our consultants. Our Rangam Cares Team supports our consultants during onboarding and throughout the life-cycle of their employment with Rangam.
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Former Rangam Consultant on the Autism Spectrum Receives Recognition From American Staffing Association
SOMERSET, N.J., September 26, 2018 (Newswire.com) - The American Staffing Association (ASA) announced the 2019 National Staffing Employee of the Year and All-Star winners on Sept. 24.
Among those recognized was Matthew Brennan, an individual on the autism spectrum who was hired by Rangam for one of its Telecommunications and Mass Media clients in October 2016. He started as a QA tester but quickly learned new skills and rose through the ranks to become an IT automation expert. In July 2018, the client offered him a permanent position as a data analyst.
How To Promote An Empathetic Work Culture That Supports Neurodiversity Inclusion
Every individual is empathetic by birth; it’s the degree that varies. The degree of empathy depends on how far we are willing to extend our empathy: from our own children and family to friends, co-workers, community, city, state, country and the world. Empathy becomes more important when we are talking about neurodiversity inclusion in the workplace because the lack of it can pose significant barriers to organizational performance and growth.
Embracing a Neurodiverse Workforce and Veterans for the Future
A vibrant economy is the foundation on which a country grows. With the advent of the global digital economy, organizations are now looking to diversify their workforce so as to accommodate more lateral thinkers, i.e. people who think “out of the box” and in doing so, bring agility and innovation to the table. A diverse workforce also brings a new worldview into focus: it goes beyond racial or gender diversity and embraces alternative sources of talent like individuals with autism and veterans.
What Do Neurodiverse Individuals Need to Succeed at Work?
When the work environment is conducive for an individual with autism to spread their wings and fly, they can soar. This is one of the valuable lessons we have learned by working with many of our clients and seeing the differences in how our SourceAbled program succeeds.
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