Asda staff go extra mile to help autistic child

Asda staff go extra mile to help autistic child

Dealing with disabilities in the workplace is an issue that should be at the heart of HR’s strategy. Supermarket giant Asda recently proved that their staff are well-versed in forward-thinking practices.

Schoolboy Dylan Russell, seven, has autism – and trips to the supermarket are particularly stressful for him. As such, staff at Asda’s Huyton branch decided to help by trying to make the ventures into the supermarket more manageable – Liverpool Echo reports.

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