The so-called ‘Zoom fatigue’ – which many of us have come to experience in the past 18 months – disproportionally affects women and new recruits, finds research. Zoom fatigue is made worse when cameras are required to be on, and leads to less engagement, reports the study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, suggesting, too, that both gender and length of time spent within an organisation have an impact on fatigue. The study’s participants were employees from a company with a largely remote workforce, already accustomed to online meetings pre-pandemic. In...

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