Autism's Competitive Advantage, and Challenge, in the Workplace
Harvard Business Review
MAY 29, 2013
These include perfectionism; preoccupation with details, rules, orders, lists, organizations or schedules; excess devotion to work; inflexibility about matters of morality, ethics or values; reluctance to delegate tasks unless others submit to exactly his way of doing things; and rigidity and stubbornness. But is it honorable, ethical and even legal to hire people knowing that making them better as a person may make them less valuable as an employee?