d&i Leaders: How to build digital inclusion into hybrid work

2nd March 2023

Working with prison inmates, digital learning specialist James Tweed knows the value of digital inclusion. “This is a hugely overlooked issue, and one that businesses must be more equipped to tackle as society makes more technological advances,” he says. His company Coracle works with prisoners to equip them with digital skills such as putting together their CV or enrolling online for courses, to help them find employment once they re-enter wider society. “Creating a company culture that can overcome physical barriers is essential in the increasingly hybrid age of work. This comes from the actions taken by company leaders to ensure that remote workers can benefit from team relationships and interactions in a way that is different but still beneficial,” he argues. Read the feature on d&i Leaders here.