Remote work hacks | 5 ways to save staff from 'Zoom fatigue'

5 ways to save staff from 'Zoom fatigue'

When the UK Government enforced lockdown measures earlier this year, many organisations moved to homeworking arrangements. Online platforms such as Zoom and Slack quickly moved in to fill the void left by not being able to physically interact with colleagues.

By using these platforms, professionals can conduct their regular meetings, employers and HR professionals can check in on staff as they would in the office and whole companies can even conduct townhall meetings – it seemed like the ultimate solution to the remote working conundrum.

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