Virtual Meetings Spike as Workers Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, x.ai Data Shows

by | Jun 2, 2020 | MeetingScience Benefits | 0 comments

Workers are heeding recommendations to stay home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new analysis of meeting scheduling behavior by x.ai, the leading platform to schedule meetings. Virtual meetings have risen more than 20.09% since the beginning of March, while in-person meetings declined sharply beginning March 9, x.ai’s analysis found.

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