Video Conferencing Makes Employees Feel More Included, Report Says


Story by Samantha Ann Schwartz, CioDive

Dive Brief:

Nearly 60% of employees use video conferencing on the job, according to a survey of more than 1,300 business professionals in the U.S. conducted in June by video conferencing company Lifesize. Video conferencing services are most valued by remote employees​.
More than half of respondents said more collaborative companies use video conferencing, empowering a “user-driven culture,” according to the report. More than one-third of respondents said video conferencing makes them feel more valued and included by their company.

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