Proximity Bias Fears Plague the Hyrbid Workforce: Here’s What Leaders Can Do

As the demand for flexible workplaces grows, so does anxiety about proximity bias — the idea that people who work onsite and have in-person interactions will receive preferential treatment over remote colleagues. Remote workers are concerned they might be passed up for promotions or miss out on opportunities to form relationships — and those concerns are worth addressing. Proximity bias existed before the pandemic, and as a 2019 Source Recruiter

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