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Should Employees Be Required to Turn On Cameras During Virtual Meetings?

Sara Whitman

Sara Whitman, chief people officer at Hot Paper Lantern, a New York City-based marketing communications agency with 40 employees, recommends that employees take a cue from their clients: If clients have their cameras on, employees should, too.

"Giving a presentation is another moment when being seen is important," Whitman said. "We also ask people to turn on video at our weekly all-agency meeting. It's the one time a week when we are all together and can see each other. That's important for community and connection."

Read the full article here: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/employee-relations/pages/should-employees-be-required-to-turn-on-cameras-during-virtual-meetings.aspx