Jostle & Dialectic The impact of remote work on inclusion survey results

The full impact of the rapid transition to remote work spurred by the global pandemic is yet to be fully understood. Jostle and Dialectic recently completed a research study to understand how working remotely is affecting employee inclusion and connection. We heard from over 400 employees who had transitioned to working from home in the past year without changing employers.

The findings of this survey will help leaders address the barriers to inclusion created or exacerbated by the rapid shift to remote work. Furthermore, the findings can inform actions to create more human-centric organizations that prioritize connected employees and supportive workplace cultures, regardless of where people are located.

Exclusion and disconnection are a real concern for people at work.

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