Australians are being encouraged to ‘Tic the Box’ on inclusion and embrace disabilities in the work place this week, for Tourette syndrome awareness week.

Hypocritical attitudes towards disability in the workplace have revealed three quarters of Australians agree workplaces need to be inclusive when hiring people with disabilities.

However, half of those people admit they would have a problem with working alongside someone who has Tourette syndrome.

Everyone is being encouraged to share a selfie with themselves or colleagues with the hashtags #TicTheBox and #TSAW21.

The Ambassador for Tourette Syndrome Association Australia Seamus Evans says there are many other conditions that come with Tourette Syndrome.