27 min

Why Working From Home May Keep Black Professionals From Progressing At Work Corporate for the Culture

    • Business

J.B. Hill is the Former Chief Diversity Officer of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and current Managing Partner at Jbrady5 Consulting LLC. J.B. has been recently featured across multiple articles where he talks about facing microaggressions and isolation throughout his senior roles in corporate america.

During this episode we discuss why being fully remote will negatively impact your ability to progress in Corporate America. As Black Professionals reflect on the year + of working from home, the new Covid variant and the potential return to office it can be triggering. Thinking of a workplace full of microaggression, straight up ignorance and or expectations to be the black voice becomes exhausting and impacts the Black professionals mental health. It can be tempting to opt into fully virtual options, however the treat to your progression is real.

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#Career #BlackProfessionals #RemoteWork #Hybrid #ReturnToOffice #Microaggressions #BlackHistoryMonth

J.B. Hill is the Former Chief Diversity Officer of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and current Managing Partner at Jbrady5 Consulting LLC. J.B. has been recently featured across multiple articles where he talks about facing microaggressions and isolation throughout his senior roles in corporate america.

During this episode we discuss why being fully remote will negatively impact your ability to progress in Corporate America. As Black Professionals reflect on the year + of working from home, the new Covid variant and the potential return to office it can be triggering. Thinking of a workplace full of microaggression, straight up ignorance and or expectations to be the black voice becomes exhausting and impacts the Black professionals mental health. It can be tempting to opt into fully virtual options, however the treat to your progression is real.

Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast and rate/review! We could not continue these conversations without your engagement so thank you!

Follow us on on IG: @CorporateForTheCulture

Follow us on Linkedin: Corporate For The Culture

Follow us on TikTok: @CorporateForTheCulture

#Career #BlackProfessionals #RemoteWork #Hybrid #ReturnToOffice #Microaggressions #BlackHistoryMonth

27 min