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McCluney, Roberts Explain Why Women of Color Aren’t Eager to Return to In-Person Work

July 26, 2021

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Michigan Ross Center for Positive Organizations faculty affiliate Courtney McCluney discusses in The New York Times why many black and brown women are not excited to return to the office after the COVID-19 pandemic. Noting code-switching, stress, and microaggressions as some reasons for not wanting to return to in-person work, McCluney offers ways in which employers can create more inclusive work policies and overall environment. The faculty expert further explains that employers should offer the choice to women of color in whether or not they want to continue working remotely or join the office as well as familiarize themselves with many challenges they face before updating policies.

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