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‘Dragging on meetings longer than they need to be’ (80%), ‘interrupting’ (79%) and ‘ignoring others’ (77%) have been identified by those surveyed as the three most annoying** online meeting behaviours in an exclusive new survey of 1,016 UK office workers*.

Research commissioned by Meeting Canary – a SaaS cloud-hosted product that delivers insights and efficiency for online meetings, using artificial intelligence – and carried out by Censuswide, discovered a shocking one third of office workers surveyed said*** they have considered leaving or have resigned from a job due to unproductive meetings in the past, rising to almost one in two Gen Zs.

The report uncovered generational differences in which behaviours are most likely to create an unproductive meeting environment. While Gen Zs surveyed ranked ‘ignoring others’ (75%), ‘interrupting’ (73%), and ‘discounting the opinions of others based on their gender, sex or race etc’ (70%) as the top three most...

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