- job coaching/mentoring
- write job descriptions more clearly and with more detail
- make expectations more explicit
- support personnel helping autistics find jobs need to check with them to find out whether to disclose their autism
- consider the advantages of autism when hiring
- educate co-workers about autism to minimize friction
I would also add one very important one of my own to this list: in technical jobs, especially entry-level ones, consider waiving the interview in favor of a trial workday. We have the skills, we're observant, conscientious and thorough --- we just can't convey it in words! Why not let us show you instead?
EDIT: Galling Galla has two awesome posts that go into much greater detail about this stuff. The first is a list of recommendations for employers, and the second is for friends and romantic partners. The series is called "I'm an Aspie. Here's What You Can Do to Make My Life a Bit Easier." Catchy, isn't it? Go read.