By Eileen Campbell, Co-Founder and Board Chair of Reid Campbell Group
The pandemic ushered in remarkable changes to the way we work. But the public discourse has revolved around the role of technology and the ability to work from home. Yet too many discussions about the future of work are filtered through the lens of middle to upper-class, white, knowledge workers. In reality, working from home is only an option for some 4 in 10 Americans.