A.D.D. on the Job: Making Your A.D.D. Work for You
Here is practical, sensitive advice for the employee, boss, coworkers, and friends. A.D.D. on the Job suggests advantages that the A.D.D. worker possesses, how to find the right job, and how to keep it. Employers and coworkers will learn what to expect from a fellow worker with A.D.D. and the most effective ways to work with them.
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