Below on this page are some great questions that can be presented to an employer or a school teacher. It is also a good thing to read if you have ADHD to learn how the disorder affects you.
I remember having problems at one of my jobs. I did a lot of typing and I had a quota to meet. I wasn't doing to well and I told my boss about my condition. It didn't mean anything to her because either I made it or I was out the door.
I eventually found a new job and left. I could have talked to HR but I wasn't happy there in the 3 years that I worked for the company.
If you are a supervisor trying to learn about the condition, I want to say thank you. Since you are learning how you can help your employees with ADHD, I know that you care about them.
That is more than what most supervisors even care to do. Once again, thank you for your desire to learn and help.
Click on one of the links below. You can go to the next section or go to the employee/student help page.
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