'No matter how fun’ | Why HR shouldn't let Zoom dictate company culture

Why HR shouldn't let Zoom dictate company culture

With the majority of the UK workforce being forced to remote work, are Zoom social meetings the best way to ensure employee engagement. Includes:

  • These forced calls can lead to more stress than engagement

  • If giving staff the option to take part in a Zoom social call, do not make it mandatory

  • HR is in a strong position to guide managers on how to best engage workers

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