This week’s conversation was prompted by a thought-provoking article entitled Could The New Hybrid Workplace Turn Some Women Into Second-Class Employees?
As the statistics make for a worrying read, we ask: What are organisations doing to support people who choose to work from home? How can we ensure unconscious bias doesn’t adversely impact those who are ‘out of sight’? What can business leaders and communicators do to make sure that women and underrepresented people are not further excluded from opportunities?
We discuss the responsibility of individuals to ‘show up’ and be visible. There’s heated debate around knowing how and when to nurture people. Plus agreement to scrap D&I policies, and that “designing for the minority will benefit the majority” to make work a very different place.
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During this episode we refer to the following resources:
Could The New Hybrid Workplace Turn Some Women Into Second-Class Employees? article in Forbes
Podcast S4 E1 on remote and hybrid working: Why ice cream and yoga won‘t improve your culture
Podcast S4 E12 Future trends for 2022
The pandemic revolution by Redefining Communications
Blog: Make networking work for you
Remotely Interested research into deskless workers
The Great Indoors by Emily Anthe
Podcast S4 E8: How thinking differently can create belonging
Rebel Ideas by Matthew Syed
Inclusion on Purpose by Ruchika Tulshyan
Blog: Thinking differently about hybrid working