‘Work prank’ | CEO sacked after 'cheek-y' Zoom call fiasco

CEO sacked after 'cheek-y' Zoom call fiasco

Communicating via Zoom calls with colleagues and clients has been a common way for people to conduct professional endeavours throughout the pandemic, when many people have been working from home. 

Whether this is to host daily meetings or virtual coffee breaks to help boost morale among teams, these digital platforms have helped staff to keep connected with one another when they are not in a central workplace together.

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