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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rudy Simone; Temple Grandin
|Description:||xix, 156 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword / by Temple Grandin --
Why should you employ someone with AS? : the advantages of Asperger's syndrome in the workplace? --
The importance of belief --
The big consequences of small talk --
Bluntness, perfectionism, and that famous Asperger arrogance --
Blunders, boundaries, and emotional detachment --
Please do not fill in the blank --
Quiet please --
Visual overstimulation and other sensory issues --
Trust me, I have Asperger's --
Polyester prisons, neck-tie nooses, and high-heeled hell --
A little R & R goes a long way : ritual and routine --
Don't tell them where you heard this, but ... --
The high cost of low behavior --
The power of praise --
Working with natural strengths and interests --
Conformity, psychometric testing and the new segregation --
Asperger's and education : star-crossed lovers? --
To tell or not to tell, that is the question --
"Bye bye," said the black sheep : avoiding the Aspergian pre-emptive strike --
REACH to succeed --
Finding the perfect job for you : the personal job map --
Interview tips for the those with Asperger's.
|Responsibility:||Rudy Simone ; [foreword by Temple Grandin].|
<p>""Asperger's on the Job" is a good book for potential employees to read, but it's essential for employers. A wonderful achievement."Michael John Carley, Executive Director of GRASP
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