Shutting down stereotypes: finding workplace solutions that work

Debra Moritz

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One of the most challenging workplace issues is identifying, understanding and creating places that enable people to do their best work. This conversation around effective work environments has been reduced to binary choices largely based on stereotypes. Where in reality, companies that win the war for talent and drive productivity, offer a customized strategy sensitive to experience, sustainability, diversity and other critical elements.

We generate these stereotypes to simplify decision making. But, the workplace is a complex, multi-faceted concept.

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