In this first Q&A episode of Season 3 of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast, host Daralyse Lyons is joined by co-hosts Zack James and Azaria Keys as they dive deeper into the impact of remote work - not only on society as a whole, but on their own lives as well. The expert voice featured in this Q&A episode is Liz Taylor, an Assistant Professor within Temple University's Fox School of Business. Liz answers listener questions and shares further insights on research surrounding the continually evolving landscape of work.
In this episode, you will learn about:
* How remote work has created more space for adults to be present with their children and their household obligations, while still fulfilling their roles at work.
* How remote work has blurred the boundaries between work and home, and how some people have thrived in this environment, while others have not.
* How intersectionality plays a major role in how remote work has impacted, and continues to impact, people in these types of jobs.
* The disparity in work-from-home experiences between caregivers and those who are not in caregiving roles.
* How to advocate for a style of employment that supports individual and organizational needs.
* How to effectively set boundaries for oneself while working from home.
Our guest expert this episode is:
Liz Taylor - Liz is an Assistant Professor in the Sport and Recreation Management Department at Temple University's School of Sport Tourism and Hospitality Management, whose work examines gender descrimination, homophobia, sexual harassment and assault within the athletic industry, has done a lot of work examining cultures of abuse as well as how workplace expectations of employee engagement can lead to burnout.
Azaria Keys - Azaria is the Assistant Director of the Fox School of Business' Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture (CEDWC). Her work is driven by her passion to advocate for others and transform workplaces to be more inclusive and equitable.
Zack James - Zack is the marketing arm of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast and is a graduate of Temple University's School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). Zack is a self-described go-giver and DEI advocate with a passion for service and making a difference across organizations.
Daralyse Lyons - Daralyse is the host of the Demystifying Diversity Podcast as well as the author of Demystifying Diversity: Embracing Our Shared Humanity. She is a speaker, a consultant, a journalist, and a full-time DEI strategist.
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