Following instructions from the UK PM that proffesionals should work from home where possible following the current coronavirus crisis, workers have had to get used to the new normal of operating on a remote basis. This includes taking part in regular conference calls held on platforms such as Zoom, chatting with colleagues over messaging services like Microsoft Teams or Slack and setting up a work desk within homes in order to carry out the same work duties. While all of these functions are necessary to maintain communication between individuals and teams within an organisation, new research has revealed that a high number of employees believe virtual work meetings are a waste of time. In fact, research carried out by job board CV-Library has found that 75.9% of Brits think they are pointless,...
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