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Women, minorities less inclined to return to office, face ‘proximity bias’

People of color, women, and working mothers are opting for flexible work arrangements at higher rates than their white, male peers, according to a recent Future Forum survey focused on knowledge workers. 

In the US, white knowledge workers are spending the most time in the office by a significant margin — as much as 17% more time, according to the Future Forum, a consortium launched by Slack in 2020. The desire for flexibility is particularly strong among people who have historically been underrepresented in knowledge work, the survey found.

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Source:: Computerworld