'Simply not sustainable' | Citigroup CEO creates Zoom-free Fridays to combat pandemic fatigue

Citigroup CEO creates Zoom-free Fridays to combat pandemic fatigue

The CEO of a global investment bank has reportedly stopped internal work video calls on Fridays to give staff members a break from the “relentlessness of the pandemic workday”.

The Guardian reported that Jane Fraser, the new Chief Executive of Citigroup, told staff that the last working day of the week would be known as “Zoom-free Fridays’.

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