Digital communication | How to make virtual meetings more inclusive

How to make virtual meetings more inclusive

Working from home can be a challenge at the best of times. Throughout the pandemic, employees have had to get to grips with this new way of working and use virtual messaging and video conferencing platforms to communicate with colleagues.

Adapting to the ‘new norm’ has been a challenge for many, though a recent Guardian article pointed towards some research which highlighted the increased work from home struggles for those with a hearing impairment.

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