Legal Implications of Proximity Bias
Last year, SHRM reported that two-thirds (67%) of supervisors who oversee remote workers believe that remote workers are more replaceable than onsite workers. Beyond that, 42% admitted to forgetting about their remote employees when assigning tasks. This phenomenon is called proximity bias, and can raise discrimination issues for employers with a hybrid workforce. Verrill attorney Tawny Alvarez joins us to shed light on the legal impact of this new form of unconscious bias impacting organizations.
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