Canada has offered examples in the past year of firms, and industry overseers, making culture and conduct management a priority. Last November the CEO of BNP Paribas in Canada, Sonja Volpe, announced a collaboration with EY to promote accessibility, inclusivity, and empowerment for neurodivergent professionals. “We strongly believe in a more open culture to recognize individual skills and potential,” Volpe said. “We are looking forward to reducing the barriers to inclusive and equitable employment.”1 Approximately 20% of the Canadian population identifies as neurodivergent, while 50% of Canadians are connected to disability, mental or physical, in some way.
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