Will Remote Workers Get Left Behind in the Hybrid Office?
Sarah Kessler, The New York Times
When offices finally reopen, some companies plan to use them in a very different way than they did before the pandemic, giving workers the choice to come in just a few days a week, or not at all.
But even as the hybrid workplace reduces some longstanding barriers, it might introduce another type of inequality. Bias against remote workers could become a new obstacle to making workplaces more diverse and inclusive, say management experts and corporate executives themselves.