A shocking number of companies have fired workers for Zoom “incidents”

A shocking number of companies have fired workers for Zoom "incidents"


A survey by Vyopta found that only around two-thirds of bosses trusted workers to navigate the remote technology needed to make remote work successful. 24% of those surveyed claim they’ve seen an employee fired because of mistakes made on a video or audio call. Just over half (53%) have seen someone removed from the responsibility of managing or organizing calls.

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