Proximity matters at work. What does that mean for the future of remote work?

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Despite corporate America’s efforts to create inclusive work environments, leaders across the globe say proximity bias is likely real, according to a 2023 Future of Working and Learning Report released Thursday.

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When it comes to an in-person versus remote-hybrid workforce, 71% of senior HR leaders and 62% of senior business leaders agree or strongly agree that in-person workers probably benefit from a proximity bias, states the report by HR research and leadership organization Executive Networks, which surveyed more than 1,300 HR leaders, business leaders, knowledge workers and frontline workers across the globe. 

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