Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor of Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about return-to-office and fairness in the workplace.
“If you’re offering two different types of employees different access to work, you potentially create an issue of equity,” Thomas says.
“In the long run, this could hurt a company’s bottom line because employees may look at what other people are getting in their organisation, look at what they are getting, and compare. If they feel like they are putting in a lot more than the next person, without a reward, they are going to disengage, and they’re going to be demotivated,” he said.
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