The article suggests that employees communicate one’s needs on the job to fulfill their job duties properly. Examples of learning disabilities include proneness to distractions, overwhelming sensory stimuli, difficulties communicating, and challenges navigating space. The author also suggests various productivity techniques such as tailoring the workspace, mind mapping, productivity apps, limiting notifications, prioritizing tasks, taking a break etc.
Working may be challenging for individuals who are neuro-divergent or have a learning disability, but employees with disabilities can possibly overcome these obstacles. By receiving support from their managers and colleagues and making some adjustments to their work approach, employees can discover their own working style and maintain productivity despite difficulties encountered.
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