Will Remote Work Undermine Diversity Efforts? Many women and people of color prefer working from home. But at what cost?
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AbstractGranting the wishes of women and people of color may endanger their careers and companies’ attempts to diversify their upper ranks as employers face a new challenge presented by remote and hybrid work arrangements: proximity bias. Many experts worry—and surveys confirm—that managers may forget about people they don’t encounter daily and may grant promotions and high-profile assignments to those in the office. That becomes an even bigger problem if white men make up the bulk of the in-office workforce.
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diversity and inclusion
Diversity in the workplace
Flexible work arrangements
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