Gartner Research

Mitigating Bias Against Remote-Worker Performance

Published: 07 January 2021

ID: G00738765

Analyst(s): Human Resources Research Team

Summary

Recent Gartner data shows many leaders believe employees who work on-site are higher-performers and are more likely to get promoted than those who work remotely. HR leaders must address these perceptions and promote equitable access to opportunities and promotions for remote workers.

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