Neurodivergent job seekers & employees: Join us as we decode employer benefits and learn how to make smart decisions during open enrollment
Benefits make up a whopping 30% of total compensation, on average. With open enrollment starting this Fall, and so much value at stake, it’s important to know what benefits your employer is offering and which ones work best for you. But the decision-making process is far from clear-cut. How do you interpret lengthy and confusing benefits documents? What benefits are you not taking advantage of yet, such as transportation, financial planning, and legal services?
Andrew Komarow, a Certified Financial Planner, will join us to demystify benefits and explain how to make educated decisions during this open enrollment period. Whether you are currently employed or a job seeker, this webinar will help you plan for your future and ensure that you are making smart decisions about your benefits.
Andrew is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Special Needs Consultant, and holds a Master’s degree in Finance. From his personal experience as an autistic individual, Andrew was inspired to create the organization “Planning Across the Spectrum” to specifically work with individuals, families, employers, and care teams of those with special needs. Andrew is an advocate for Autism and neurodiversity acceptance. Andrew is a board member for Autism Career Pathways and was an Ambassador for ABLE National Resource Center in 2020.
Neurodiversity in the Workplace™ (NITW) is dedicated to making neurodiversity a fundamental component of talent acquisition by eliminating barriers faced by neurodivergent job seekers.
As a business consultancy and training provider, we design, implement and sustain neurodiversity hiring programs with partner organizations seeking a more diverse, equitable, and innovative workforce. Our partnerships with companies such as Dell Technologies, Bank of America, SAP, and VMware allow us to connect highly qualified neurodivergent talent to career opportunities across the globe.