'Equalised opportunities' | New study shows remote work boosts inclusivity

New study shows remote work boosts inclusivity

Over the last year, many employees have been forced to switch from office working to remote working in light of the pandemic.

New data has indicated that organisations that have committed to supporting remote work seem to be carving out more inclusive work experiences for staff members.

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