A quarter of bosses have admitted to sacking an employee because of a ‘Zoom blunder’, according to new research, reported on by CBS.
The study from Wakefield Research, which questioned more than 200 US executives with a minimum seniority of Vice President at companies of 500+ employees, found that one in four bosses had indeed dismissed a worker over a mistake they made on a video call.
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