Empowering women in tech: Breaking barriers and advancing careers
Diversity and inclusion in the tech industry have finally become more influential, with women applying fresh perspectives to this constantly evolving domain.
More than a 1/3 of young workforce identifies as neurodivergent
38% of youth identify as neurodivergent, suggesting a need for a shift in current generic training approaches within the workplace.
auticon highlight benefits of cognitive diversity on Disabilities Day
A timely reminder that many people on the autism spectrum are able to bring new ways of thinking and problem-solving to tech challenges.
Autistic-majority IT services company celebrates Autistic Pride Day
those in technology consultant and IT service professional roles reported higher confidence, autonomy, and wellbeing.
Autistic IT consultants to provide value to Woolworths
Woolworths & auticon launch pilot to employ autistic IT talent, boosting inclusion.
Fear of breaking social norms in the workplace behind high job turnover
Auticon urges firms to embrace neurodiversity, tackle bias, and value autism in the workplace for better output.
LaTrobe Uni's autism detection app wins award
An Australian-designed app that is able detect early signs of autism has won an award from the Business Higher Education Round Table.
DXC Technology & Autism NZ help autistic Kiwis into the workforce
New Wellington centre aims to aid autistic jobseekers in IT and beyond.
SAP Launches Autism at Work programme in New Zealand
SAP is bringing their global initiative to provide those on the autism spectrum with qualified employment in the company to New Zealand.
ANZ and DXC Technology form autism research partnership
DXC teams up with ANZ & La Trobe uni to support work success for autistic individuals.
Canberra: The Dandelion Program helps autistic students harness their skills
Three Australian universities have joined the DXC Dandelion Work Experience Program to help autistic students build IT careers.
Kiwi scientist gets $25k grant for revolutionary autism communication tool
Scientist from Christchurch receives $25k boost to develop Talk With Me, a high-tech software to help children with Autism.
New game to help autistic students
A free iPad and Android game is delivering fresh observations about children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome.