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Autism@Work 2023: Episode 5 - Small Medium Enterprises
Hosted by Orion Kelly, this episode features insights from small business representatives:· Kathy Isaacs – Salesforce Experience Consultant at turnKeyCRC (Autism CRC)· Geoffrey Smith – Social Entrepreneur & Data Analyst at ASALearn from representatives of small businesses that recruit and employ autistic talent and the enormous benefit that recruiting for neurodiversity has on small medium enterprises.Small businesses are able to bring on autistic talent easier as they know all their employees really well. Autist talent increases productivity, bringing new ideas to teams and shaking up traditional ways of working and thinking.
Autism@Work 2023: Episode 4 - Panel: Human Resources
This episode provides insights from Human Resources professionals featuring:· Jessica Kaaden – Executive Director at SANE· Ashlea McKay – Chief People Officer at Parbery,· Samantha Garbutt – Chief People Officer at ASAModerated by Rhonda Brighton-Hall from Mwah.Learn how existing HR resources support the management of autistic and neurodiverse talent and discover where the gaps in HR practice exist and how they can be addressed.Human Resources provides the strategic and operational framework for the diversity, equity and inclusion practices in organisations, including policy direction, tools and resources to advance diverse talent.You can watch the recordings of the series at: autismcrc.com.au/news/webinars/autismwork-2023-virtual-summit
Autism@Work 2023: Episode 3 - Panel: Insights from employees
Hosted by Orion Kelly, this session provides insights from autistic employees featuring:Luke Van Bockel – Cybersecurity Analyst at Department of TreasuryNicole Park – Fraud Tech Analyst at NABJames Gleeson-Mccoy – Trainee Intel Engineer at DXC TechnologyDaniel Slavin – Piggery Attendant at SunPork GroupLearn about the experiences of autistic employees and exploring the role of skill development in career-building.This session is proudly brought to you by SunPork Group.You can watch the recordings of the series at: autismcrc.com.au/news/webinars/autismwork-2023-virtual-summit
Autism@Work 2023: Episode 2 - Panel: Insights from employers
This is a session on insights from large organisation featuring:Vanessa Weaver – Head of Technology, Financial Crime Fraud at NABLaura Grant – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Ernst & YoungKirsty Richards – Autism and Agriculture Program at SunPork GroupLearn from representatives from large organisations as panellists share their experiences on how they achieve skill development with their talent and reflect on what aspects of their own programs help to build workplace capacity.This session is moderated by Michael Fieldhouse from DXC Technology.You can watch the recordings of the series at: autismcrc.com.au/news/webinars/autismwork-2023-virtual-summit
Autism@Work 2023: Episode 1 - Welcome & Keynote: Tom D'Eri
In this 16-session series, Autism@Work Virtual Summit panellists discuss a range of work-related topics affecting autistic people and the autism community from mental health to self-advocacy. Featuring a Welcome to Country by Elise Muller, opening remarks from Autism CRC CEO Andrew Davis and DXC Technology Social Impact Practice Leader Michael Fieldhouse. This session also features keynote speaker Tom D’Eri, Co-founder and COO of Rising Tide Car Wash, an organisation that employs over 90 autistic individuals in a successful car wash business. Tom has dedicated his career to unleashing human potential by creating organisational systems and culture that empower people to grow.You can watch the recordings of the series at: https://www.autismcrc.com.au/news/webinars/autismwork-2023-virtual-summit
Autistic people with quality of life and opportunity.Established in 2013, Autism CRC is Australia's independent national source of evidence for best practice in relation to autism across the lifespan and the spectrum.We develop and deliver evidence-based outcomes through our unique collaboration with autistic people, researchers and government.Together we are addressing needs and co-producing outputs that increase the quality of life and health outcomes of autistic people and their families.This podcast series brings together presentations, findings, resources and discussions from previous webinars and events in a new format.Find out more: autismcrc.com.au