While much of the white-collar workforce has adjusted to the new norm of videoconferencing from home, that doesn’t mean that they — or their bosses — necessarily like it. According to a poll from Showpad, 76% of employees report becoming more distracted on video calls versus in-person meetings. In a separate survey, staffers — especially new employees — say that requiring video during virtual meetings increases their work fatigue.
Ed Stevens thinks he has the answer. He’s the founder of Scoot, a platform that aims to reimagine video meetings with a dynamic c