How to create a bias conscious workplace

by Aug 21, 2018

In an environment of mandatory working from home (WFH,) inclusive leadership has become more important than ever. Research shows that when people are forced to work from home rather than it being a choice, productivity drops.  Today, circumstances are extreme. Everyone is coping not just with anxiety around health for themselves and their families, but dealing with home schooling while “co-spacing” (everyone working around the kitchen table.)  In some geographies even a trip to the supermarket requires a permit.

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