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As workers head back, whether reluctantly or eagerly, into the physical workplaces they left behind over two years ago, employers have an important task: Adapt diversity, equity and inclusion policies from the world of Zoom meetings and IMs to the in-person workplace. This is all the more crucial because of the social, economic, and psychological challenges of in-person work.

Creating the right culture is key, as is company-wide involvement in DEI efforts, says Arthur Woods, cofounder of diversity hiring tech company Mathison, which offers an end-to-end DEI operating system.

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C.J. Marwitz

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