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EY

Courtesy of EY

    Building on the strengths of the neurodiverse.

    People with neurological differences from what’s seen as the norm—including placement on the autism spectrum, Tourette’s syndrome, and dyslexia—fall under the umbrella of neurodiversity. They’re often excluded from the workforce—but not at accounting and consulting giant EY, a leader in hiring and matching them with meaningful roles. EY now has five Neurodiversity Centers of Excellence to facilitate these staffers’ integration into the firm: Together they serve 80 employees. EY is also partnering with universities and nonprofits to recruit neurodiverse candidates who can fill skills gaps on its teams.

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    Company Information

    Country
    U.K.
    Headquarters
    London
    Impact Segment
    Human Rights/Social Justice
    Sector
    Business Services
    Industry
    Diversified Outsourcing Services
    CEO
    Carmine Di Sibio
    Websitehttp://www.ey.com
    Company Type
    Private
    Ticker-
    Prior Year Rank-
    Revenues ($M) (Last Fiscal Year)$34,800
    Profits ($M) (Last Fiscal Year)-
    Market Value ($M) as of 8/12/19-
    Employees261,559