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Survey reveals 97% of Black professionals want flexible work options as employers transition staff back into longtime vacant offices.
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As people return to the office, company leaders are becoming more aware of workplace safety policies that will make employees feel more comfortable. When creating new guidelines, it’s crucial that people with disabilities are a part of the conversation in order to accommodate employees’ level of comfort and accessibility needs.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, almost 70% of full-time workers in the U.S worked from home. While some companies are transitioning back to in-office work, others are trying to maintain hybrid and fully remote schedules. But remote work presents its own set of unique challenges: