Remote work can reduce pressure to conform, allowing employees be themselves—and more comfortable to think outside the box.
As COVID-19 spurs a mass shift to remote work, people are worried that the “new normal” could jeopardize diversity and inclusion in companies. Underrepresented individuals already struggle with a sense of belonging and visibility in the office—surely spreading teams miles apart will lead to further marginalization?
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