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  • Writer's pictureLiane Jackson

A Two-Year, 50-Million-Person Experiment in Changing How We Work

Managers pressing for a return are finding themselves up against those employees attached to their newfound sense of comfort

According to a New York Times story, a recent study of 10,000 office workers found that women and people of color were more likely to see working remotely as beneficial than their white male colleagues. And globally, 50 percent of working mothers who participated in the studies reported wanting to work remotely most or all the time, compared with 43 percent of fathers.


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