Improve Performance at Work When You Have ADD

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From staying focused on tasks and tuning out distractions, to being about to juggle multiple tasks successfully and taking in all important details in meetings, adults with ADD/ADHD may experience many challenges in the work place. Luckily, you can try several strategies to make work more productive:

Make Work More Productive
Strategies for Success in the Workplace

Beyond working more productively, however, workers with ADD/ADHD may also have several workplace-related questions about their condition.

Should I Tell My Boss or Coworkers About My ADD?

This can be a difficult decision for some, but learning more about informing your colleagues of your ADD can help ease things.

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What Rights Do I Have in the Workplace if I Have ADD?

What kinds of protections do workers have? How can an employee request a job accommodation? What can be done when accommodations are not provided? Learning more about job rights and accommodations can help clarify these and related questions.

Should I Switch Jobs?

If you have lots of energy and are seeking a job that allows you lots of movement, there are several careers you may want to explore. Click on the link below to read about careers in which the best way to be successful is to not sit still.

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