Jeffrey Toobin | Can staff be sacked based on Zoom etiquette?

Can staff be sacked based on Zoom etiquette?

Before this year, Zoom calls were more common for employees working remotely in different countries or if they lived far away from the workplace. Now, however, these video communications are a regular part of day-to-day work for the vast majority of employees. This has forced many to get used to the appropriate Zoom etiquette, such as getting dressed if you are going to be on camera, learning to look directly at the camera to give eye contact, muting yourself if you’re not talking and to not carry out private matters while on a call. For some though, it seems the latter has been difficult to manage. Some have inadvertently flashed others on a work call, while some have allegedly been caught out using the toilet. Now, it has been revealed that Jeffrey Toobin, a top US legal analyst...

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