Meeting sins revealed - Staff confess their conference crimes

Meeting sins revealed - Staff confess their conference crimes

Managers and staff have revealed some of their worst meeting sins after a study revealed that companies are wasting thousands everyday on pointless gatherings.

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Comments (2)

  • Paul
    Paul@ Alex
    Mon, 30 Mar 2015 10:19am BST
    Probably - and making the assumption that there is no benefit in getting facetime with colleagues, or that if a meeting doesn't immediately come up with a solution then there is, again, zero benefit to anyone. Neither holds true.
  • Alex
    Alex
    Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:26pm GMT
    Did this research consist of "if their average salary is £25 per hour and there are ten of them...", by any chance?

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