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Teams must address remote working challenge

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As remote working increases, businesses must do more to ensure non-office-based staff are accommodated in team meetings, argues Barco ClickShare.

Its pan-European survey of 1,500 senior white-collar workers shows that more than half (53%) of meetings already involve people who join remotely. This is likely to increase in the future, with 74% of respondents anticipating an increase in remote attendee-only meetings over the next three years.

While 72% agree that meetings are better than they were five years ago, the research reveals particular problems for remote workers: 55% of those who regularly attend meetings remotely find it much more difficult to follow and contribute when not there in person; 45% feel less important; and 43% often feel frustrated or disengaged.

Barco Clickshare

 

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