Aspergers on the Job Epub ↠ 156 pages

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Aspergers on the Job Epub ↠ 156 pages ¿ ❮Ebook❯ ➠ Aspergers on the Job Author Rudy Simone – Danpashley.co.uk Up to 85% of the Asperger's population are without full time employment though many have above average intelligenceRudy Simone an adult with Asperger's Syndrome and an accomplished author consultant a Up tAsperger’s find and keep gainful employmentRudy's candid advice is based on her personal experiences and the experiences of over 50 adults with Asperger's from all over the world in addition to their employers and numerous experts in the fieldDetailed lists of what the employee can do and to employers and advocates provide balanced guidelines This is another great book by Rudy Simone which I would highly recommend to anyone with Asperger’s as well as to those who are teaching supporting or supervising someone with AS The book is laid out in a fashion similar to that of Aspergirls which I loved with each chapter having a discussion of the topic followed by suggestions for the person with AS and for those around them While disclosure of Asperger’s may be desired or necessary at times Simone leaves that decision up to the reader and offers advice that can easily work for those who wish to keep that information private In addition to practical topics and useful ideas to make a workplace conducive to the needs of a person with Asperger’s Simone also tackles difficult situations such as workplace gossip and bullying that make it unbearable and even unsafe to remain in a job as well as issues such as handling an interview and the use of personality tests in the hiring process that make it tricky to even get a job in the first placeUltimately her goal is to assist both employees with Asperger’s and their employers to work together for both of their benefit After all who wants to feel like they have to look for a new job or be forced to take the time to find a new employee? As Simone puts it “Employers should not lose a valuable employee over things that can be fixed Nor should a person with AS leave a job they love for the wrong reason”

Epub Ò Aspergers on the Job î Rudy Simone

Up to 85% of the Asperger's population are without full time employment though many have above average intelligenceRudy Simone an adult with Asperger's Syndrome and an accomplished author consultant and musician created this insightful resource to help employers educators and therapists accommodate this growing population and to help people with As someone with high functioning autism who is hoping to transition into the workplace soon I was hoping for a book which would give me some practical advice about working particularly how to handle the social side of thingsIn all honesty the only thing this book does well is point out every single possible issue you will encounter in the workplace and how likely it is you will fail at integrating There are a lot of uotes from people on the spectrum who are in the workplace and barring only a few exceptions they all spoke of bad experiences I understand that there is a need to point out the issues surrounding work but what Simone fails to do is provide solutions to this problem The chapters are typically formatted to have a list at the end of the chapter telling someone on the spectrum what they can do to overcome a particular issue I found that many of the things she points out are highly obvious such as practice projecting confidence and there was little to no solid advice about how to execute these tipsI initially thought that while this book didn't meet my level of functioning I wouldn't rate it too harshly as it may meet the needs of someone who was lower on the spectrum than myself However I don't think I would even recommend this book to someone who would have of a need for this book because some of the advice is ridiculous For example in one chapter Simone suggests that if you have light sensory issues and the lights at your workplace are too bright you should wear a hat indoors Unless you're working in a workplace where you've openly labelled yourself as being on the spectrum and arguably even then wearing a hat indoors is not going to do you any favours

Rudy Simone î Aspergers on the Job Book

Aspergers on the JobFor success while Rudy's Interview Tips and Personal Job Map tools will help Aspergians young or old find their employment nicheThere is to a job than what the tasks are From social blunders to sensory issues to bullying by coworkers Simone presents solutions to difficult challenges Readers will be enriched enlightened and ready to work togethe This book is awful Doesn't give hope for success and honestly the ideas presented seemed unreasonable There are far better books out there Don't bother with this one