Lockdown communication | The 'green' trick to stop your boss 'Zooming' you

The 'green' trick to stop your boss 'Zooming' you

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit, ‘Zoom calls’ and video meetings have become the norm when communicating with colleagues and clients.

While virtual communication has played a crucial role in connecting people amid the crisis, new data has looked into the negative impact that all of these virtual calls could be having on the environment.

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