Companies Miss Out on Talent If Not Offering Remote Work: Slack

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    Jun.14 — Slack Technologies Inc. chief people officer Nadia Rawlinson discusses the company’s ‘digital-first’ approach to remote work flexibility. She says companies that are forcing workers to return to the office may lose good employees and find themselves at a disadvantage when recruiting talent. Rawlinson also says being open to remote work has allowed Slack to find more underrepresented talent and become more inclusive. She speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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    Slack Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: WORK) is an American international software company founded in 2009 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Its core team is largely drawn from the founders of Ludicorp, the company that created Flickr.

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