We are Enna - the employers network for neurodiversity action
Let Enna support you in your neurodiversity journey.
Enna is a social enterprise which provides support to employers to help them attract, recruit and integrate neurodivergent talent. Neurodiversity is a competitive advantage, and has been proven to benefit a companies performance.
Enna's specialist, tailored approach can help you build a more diverse and inclusive company, while helping exceptional neurodivergent individuals build meaningful careers.
We do this through our four key services, recruitment, training, coaching and consultancy.
We are proud that we are an organisation ran by fantastic people with lived and personal experiences of neurodiversity.
"I would just like to thank you very much for the effort and resources you have invested to get my social skills, confidence, and interview approach up to a standard that is proudly and naturally presentable in interviews. My CV has also been subject to real improvement, courtesy of your suggestions, and is now one of my best and favourite documents that I can show anyone; from employment, education or otherwise."
"Thank you to everyone at Enna for all your help. Today I have been offered my dream job, I am so excited and definitely couldn't have done it without your help. I will definitely recommend Enna to other autistic people looking for work. Thanks so much!!"
Our Social Impact
Neurodivergent individuals supported
Neurodivergent individuals gained permanent employment
Neurodiversity friendly employers worked with
News and Articles
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