Neuro diversity covers many areas and dyslexia is one. Sure, if you are wanting a career in something like written journalism, PR or copywriting, then it's an obvious challenge. But for all other walks of life, as long as you can make out what someone is saying, what does it matter?
Yet, there are still literary snobs who reject CVs from very able candidates for the most ridiculous, and possibly discriminatory, reasons.
Those bright sparks would not be recruiting Richard Branson, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, Theo Paphitis, Steven Spielberg, and many others who are dyslexic.
If the job requires excellent written communications skills, then maybe it's reasonable. For everything else, it's not.
Labour MP Peter Kyle has asked social media users who call him "thick" over his writing mistakes to go easy on him as he is "living with acute dyslexia"