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Making remote and hybrid working more inclusive: understanding disabled workers’ experiences

"Following the dramatic upheaval of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world of work has undergone a series of transformations in recent years that have opened up remote and hybrid ways of working to millions of people across the world. Many organisations are now providing much more flexibility to their workforce in choosing how they wish to work in a post-pandemic landscape."

"However, while on paper such changes provide more freedom for individuals to work in the way that they feel is best for them, it is important to consider whether these new models of working are inclusive of all workers’ needs moving forward, particularly when it comes to the complexities of providing an inclusive and supportive framework for disabled workers."

Dr Calum Carson is a Senior Research Associate in the Centre for Health Inequalities Research at Lancaster University, and is working with the Work Foundation on a Nuffield Foundation funded project to design inclusive remote and hybrid working to support disabled workers.

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