'Still experimenting' | Zoom tells own staff: 'Time for office return'

Zoom tells own staff: 'Time for office return'

Video conferencing firm Zoom, which has been at the forefront of the widescale global move to remote working, announced this week that its staff would be returning to the office – at least part time.

The company confirmed that it would adopt a hybrid working model going forward, after the results of an internal survey revealed that just one per cent of its workforce wanted to return to the office full time.

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