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Landing a job may now be easier but disabled workers are often sidelined later
Algorithms are enabling pigeonholed workers to fly free
The stress of caring for elderly relatives is being recognised, but more can be done
Humans hire people in their own image, but can machines do any better?
Microbiologist Peter Piot is well placed to identify the latest threats to human health
Why ‘neurodiversity’ helps make a better team
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Training has proved inadequate at removing innate prejudices
Without support, returning staff may use their experience abroad to find another job
Redesigning recruitment methods might help some autistic people reveal their skills
Better designed processes and buildings will increase everyone’s productivity
Laura Lee has commissioned architects from Hadid to Gehry to build therapeutic centres
Managers need to beware different business conventions of international colleagues
The Big Easy is developing as a place where people come to do business as well as have fun