Employees Picking Their Work From Home Days Leads to Inequality

Many companies are moving to a hybrid remote setup when it’s safe for employees to return to offices. Some will allow employees to choose when they work from home and when they work from the office. However, this leads to an in-group (people in the office) and an out-group (people working from home more often).

This is especially problematic for women with young children who want to work from home full-time 50% more than men. Employees working from home have a 50% lower rate of promotion after 21 months.

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