When Mikal Kelaidis took a new sales job a few months ago and started going back into an office, he came out as gay at work.
Like many whose professional and personal lives blurred during the pandemic pause of office life, Mr. Kelaidis says he’ll no longer stay closeted from 9 to 5. He came out to friends and family a decade ago, but worried that overt or unconscious biases on the job could hinder his career. Now he’s less concerned.
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