Do we risk a new gender gap in the hybrid workplace?

A study released in Harvard Business Review shows that in 2022 more women than men have asked for more flexibility to work remotely post-Covid-19. This could mean women risk falling behind in the workplace, as another study shows that remote workers have a 50% lower rate of promotion.

Tune in to the Work 3.0 podcast where Svenska Nomader’s Emelie Fågelstedt and Running Remote’s Liam McIvor Martin discuss opportunities and risks with a more flexible way of working, in a conversation moderated by Learningbank’s Sidsel Kaae Nørgaard.

Emelie elaborates on how to make hybrid work inclusive for all, both those in the office and those working remotely. While Liam believes that the hybrid working model will fail – and that companies should pick an office-first or remote-first approach instead.

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What is your opinion?

Emelie Fågelstedt

Independent communications strategist supporting organizations with their digital business and communications strategy since 2010. Founder of digital agency Fågelstedt Kommunikation and co-founder of Svenska Nomader, Sweden's largest platform for digital nomads. Public speaker on tech, social media, e-commerce and the future of work.

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