This blog post will identify the need for 5 critical decision-making factors to consider when determining any organization’s flexible work policy to be sure it works for everybody and the business, and the risks of failing to do so.
We’ve proven the workplace can be home or office for most information workers, and most people can and are productive, working collaboratively while virtual. The secret to WFH productivity, is that obstacles can be overcome and sustainable only as long as people feel connected, clear, and they know they are contributing to the organization and making a difference.
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In today’s global workplace 20% of people are likely to never meet their boss. In fact, many people who work together generally speaking, may never meet each other at all. Therefore, if all one has to go on is a general understanding of nationalistic characteristics that may or may not apply to any given individual, then we are likely creating stereotypes that then create bias which go on to fuel more diversity issues when in fact, we are more likely to be similar than different at a human level.