Video conferencing from home is now part of daily life for many remote workers. What was once a home is now the office and employees are increasingly relying on video conferencing software such as Microsoft Teams, Skype, Zoom and many more.
In an article for The New York Times, writer Brian X. Chen describes this transition: “The boundaries between our personal and professional lives are beginning to erode and awkward situations have ensued.”
To make the most of video conferencing and avoid embarrassing moments, here are some dos and don’ts.
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