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Reworked: Virtual meetings really are worse, research finds- but there’s a fix


A study on remote working co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisational Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the article.

“The relationships emerging from the data are clear: working longer (a higher workweek span), less productively (more low-quality meetings), and in arguably a more stressful manner (higher levels of multitasking) is associated with universally worse outcomes including a decline in work-life balance and quality of work,” the study says.

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