Silencing political views | Bringing (a version of) yourself to work

Bringing (a version of) yourself to work

Since the pandemic, the idea of ‘bringing your whole self to work’ has been thrust into businesses. In many ways, over this time, when workspaces became employee’s kitchens and bedrooms, businesses had no other option but to let staff be all of themselves at work, warts and all.

Generally, this involved enabling teams to be more open about personal struggles and mental health issues. But the concept of bringing ourselves to work has gone on its own journey since then. And now, the idea includes disregarding having a professional version and an ‘at-home’ version of ourselves.

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