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A message from the team

When we see the term inclusivity, we may immediately begin thinking about race, gender, sexuality, and religion. However, with many of us working remotely for the very first time in our careers, we must consider how our current conditions can create an environment of exclusion and inequities.

Our team has put together a short video, Encouraging an Inclusive Remote Working Environment, with a few things to keep in mind as we adjust to our new normal. Watch the video now.

In addition, we will host an online discussion about this very topic on Wednesday, April 8th at 2:00 pm. If you are interested in participating, please sign-up for our Remote Work Listserv on the left side of this page. We will send a calendar invitation early next week to all listserv members.

Take care of yourselves and each other,

Ashelle Brown
Learning & Development Specialist 

Theran Fisher
Director, Talent and Organizational Effectiveness


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Campus Partners

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Free Les Mills fitness classes on demand

Free strength training, cardio, stretching, and more

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New! Encouraging Inclusive Remote Working Environments

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