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As we move forward, it’s evident that we are entering a new phase of remote working. Almost everyone we speak to is expecting the world of work to have permanently changed as a result of the (forced) experiment of the past year. In short, we are in this remote working thing for the long term, which means that everyone needs to stop and recalibrate what’s working for them and importantly what’s not! In our effective remote management phase 2 series, as are focusing on a number of new areas that managers need to stay abreast of.
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In this weeks blog I’m going to address the thorny issue of not using cams when remote working. It seems to be a growing trend that in some organisations not using your cam is considered OK or even encouraged. I’ve recently even heard the phrase ‘cam fatigue’ being used.