We're here to support autistic people into sustainable and fulfilling employment

I am an autistic person

Look here for guidance on finding and keeping work, from job search through to retirement.

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Author: Hilary Fertig

I am an employer or work provider

Look here for information on how to recruit, manage and support an autistic or neurodiverse person

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Author: Hilary Fertig

General resources

Why do we do what we do: the benefits of a neurodiverse workplace, the opportunities and employers' legal duties

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Author: Hilary Fertig

News and updates

  • Job Coach Cafe

    We've set up a new discussion forum on LinkedIn for front line Job Coaches to share best practice. Grab a virtual coffee and join us! Read more

  • Journal special edition

    The journal Advances in Autism has published a special edition focusing on employment with a contribution to the guest editorial from two of Employment Autism's team Read more

  • Learning Disability and Autism awards

    We are delighted to be a finalist for the The Great Autism Practice Award Read more

Blogs

  • Temping and volunteering

    Rachel talks about her experience of using voluntary and temporary roles as a means of gaining useful skills, and to avoid the stress of interviews Read more

  • Triggers in the workplace

    Mahlia explains how 'triggers' in the workplace affect her well-being, and how they might influence her art Read more

  • AI video assessments

    Our blogger Oliver talks about his experience of AI assessed video selection and what he learned from appearing in a BBC documentary on the use of AI Read more

Appeals

  • Ride London 2022

    TEAM EA: Kevin, Jamie and Tim will be cycling 100 miles in London and Essex to support Employment Autism Read more

  • Team EA Virtual London Marathon 2021

    We did it!!! We walked in greater Manchester, Leicestershire and north London. We all completed the full 26.2 miles. Please support our achievements by donating to EA. Read more

  • Donate

    We are very grateful for your support which will go directly to helping us improve our services. Read more