With the constant demand for new talent and technical skills in the IT industry, today more than ever, organisations are recognising the value and advantages that integrating neurodiverse individuals into the workforce brings.
The DXC Dandelion Program, part of DXC Technology’s Social Impact Practice, provides an environment that supports and celebrates the talents and skills of neurodiverse people — such as those with Autism, ADHD or Dyslexia — and helps them build valuable skills to pursue a career in information technology.
The primary aim of the sustainable program is to create the right environment, with the right support structure, to ensure that neurodiverse individuals are able to build valuable information technology, life, and executive functioning skills, and to learn and grow as employees and in society.
Associations & industry bodies
Research, education & careers
Tools & technology
Co-workers say the program does not add any additional overhead
Additional resources added by customers to expand their programs, after initial success
Customers have offered permanent employment to neurodiverse employees at program conclusion
A collaboration between DXC, La Trobe University and ANZ Bank helps organisations better support neurodiverse employees.
DXC is proud to demonstrate the impact we are making for our people, customers, partners, and the broader community.
Neurodiversity program addresses the demand for new talent in the IT industry, and achieves outstanding business results for National Australia Bank.