Posted on 6/22/2020 4:00 AM By Central Telephone
If your business is still working from home, your company probably has been making smart use of video calls. When they work well, they’re a great way to promote a feeling of togetherness and unity, as well as convey information quickly and efficiently, as they allow for the in-the-moment asking of clarification questions. However, when video calls go wrong, they’re often one of the best ways to give your employees massive headaches! Connectivity problems, audio issues, and blurry visual footage all can mean that these calls become more trouble than they’re worth.