This proximity bias stems from the incorrect assumption that those who are at the office are more productive when compared to those working from home. A toxic perception on a number of levels: “It creates polarization. Those of us who come to the office versus you, who aren’t here. A polarization which, if not carefully managed, can be very bad, very toxic for organizations across the world. Any discrimination and polarization are bad when you don’t explain and communicate correctly.“
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