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An Invitation to Join J.P. Morgan’s Autism at Work Familiarisation Session – London, Victoria Embankment
Employees are our greatest asset and we strive to attract talent from the broadest pool to foster innovation, creativity and productivity. Tremendous power results from this kind of diversity. We are deeply committed to hiring and retaining employees from different backgrounds, experiences and locations – it’s critical to our success.
Our Autism at Work program is an initiative to hire people on the spectrum – a traditionally underemployed population – for positions that can put their talents to use while catering to their specific environmental needs.
You are invited to register for our session in October, where you will learn more about the Technology, Operations and Corporate opportunities we have, and how the Autism at Work program can support you if you decide to apply. You will receive advice and guidance on your CV and preparing for an interview. We will also give you an insight into our working environment and culture.
If you are interested, please send your CV to email@example.com and we will be in touch.
Details of Session
11th November 2019 09.30 - 15.00, 60 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0JP
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