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There’s no “one size fits all” when it comes to workforce re-entry

Diversity and Inclusion

As employees and employers begin to look at methods to approach the future of work, they are discovering some things that might surprise you. In terms of diversity and inclusion initiatives, some employees have been enjoying having the option to work from home as it allows them to avoid microaggressive work environments. Audra Jenkins, Randstad’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, links microaggressions to Black workers’ lack of enthusiasm toward the return to the office.

“For context, the Remote Employee Experience Index by the Future Forum found that 97% of Black employees working remotely in the U.S. wanted a hybrid or full-time remote working model. Compared to the 79% of their White counterparts who wanted a hybrid or full-time remote model.“

Click below to read more about the role that remote well-being is playing in the future of work.


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