WFH | Study warns that remote working could result in more prejudice

Study warns that remote working could result in more prejudice

The coronavirus pandemic has largely served to increase the visibility of the HR agenda within the workforce, as worker wellbeing, internal communication and alterations to the working habits of many professionals take centre stage within the strategies of many businesses.

However, one key development since the start of the pandemic in the UK, remote working, could well lead to an increase in racism and prejudice, according to recent research by the Woolf Institute.

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