There is much to do to shape a hybrid workplace environment that is fully inclusive for those working remotely.
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We all know the pride of achievement at the end of a really productive and effective day at work. Sometimes it happens because an important and challenging task lands at just the right time when we have the energy and focus to be our best, but it is much more likely to occur when we feel a core part of a team. A really great team brings the best out of everyone on it.
Inclusion in the workplace really matters. Workers will not find the motivation to fully unlock discretionary effort unless they feel welcomed and valued. The best organisations have long recognised this and made a concerted effort for many years to build diverse and inclusiv
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