Four Inclusive workplace practices for your virtual team

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Inclusion will remain critical beyond the shift to remote work.

As more workplaces adopt virtual working, how can employers ensure that they maintain inclusive and diverse practices when hiring new people or managing existing teams?

Even as companies begin re-opening offices and facilities, the relationships, challenges, and successes associated with remote work will continue to shape the worker experience. In particular, the practices that reinforce inclusion will continue to determine levels of engagement in many employees. By putting those practices to work, and treating them as ongoing priorities, companies will not only reinforce commitment during the crisis, they will achieve a vital workforce advantage that lasts well into the future.

Our sister brand, Allegis Global Solutions has detailed four key work place practices to help employers maintain inclusive and diverse workforce in a virtual world:

1. Boost the Focus on People

2. Leverage Employee Resource Groups (ERG’s)

3. Confront Unconscious Bias

4. Train Employees and Managers to Recognise and Address Issues


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