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No, Remote Employees Aren’t Becoming Less Engaged

Harvard Business Review: “…To more deeply explore the nature of how remote collaboration is changing over time, we gathered metadata from all Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Webex meetings (involving webcams on and/or off) from 10 large global organizations (seven of which are Fortune 500 firms) spanning a variety of fields, including technology, health care, energy, and financial services. Specifically, we compared six-week snapshots of raw meeting counts from April through mid-May in 2020 following the Covid-19 lockdowns, and the same set of six weeks in 2021 and 2022. All of these organizations had at least one of the meeting software tools heavily utilized at the start of this time period, with Microsoft Teams being the most common across all three years (representing 71% of the meetings across the data). This dataset resulted in a total of more than 48 million meetings for more than half a million employees…”

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