If coworkers ask why an employee on the autism spectrum gets to wear earphones and they don’t, employers should not to reveal specific diagnosis information but instead emphasize the company’s broad inclusion policy.
If coworkers ask why an employee on the autism spectrum gets to wear earphones and they don’t, employers should not to reveal specific diagnosis information but instead emphasize the company’s broad inclusion policy. Bigstock file photo
If coworkers ask why an employee on the autism spectrum gets to wear earphones and they don’t, employers should not to reveal specific diagnosis information but instead emphasize the company’s broad inclusion policy. Bigstock file photo

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