Championing Autism and Neurodiversity at Ernst and Young


Two DCA community members, Laura Grant and Zoë Field, share Ernst and Young (EY) leading practices around autism and neurodiversity. 

Their story is explored within the framework of DCA’s own Change at Work research. This evidence-based approach delivers strategic D&I that sticks, and is based on four switches:

  • Diagnosing a business need  
  • Designing D&I change that works  
  • Embedding and evaluating change 
  • Engaging and enabling staff to lead change

With Laura and Zoë’s story weaved through this framework, you can learn about – and emulate – EY’s work in this space. 

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