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Zoom’s CEO thinks Zoom sucks for building trust, leaked audio reveals

Zoom’s CEO thinks Zoom sucks for building trust, leaked audio reveals

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Earlier this month, Zoom announced a surprising decision to require some of its employees to return to the office, where they were expected to work more effectively. Now, leaked audio from an internal Zoom meeting shared with Business Insider has revealed that Zoom CEO Eric Yuan called employees back to the office because he believes that “remote work didn’t allow people to build as much trust or be as innovative.”

None of this seems to jibe with Zoom’s brand, which provides video-conferencing technology that the company promises enables “immersive in-office collaboration right from home.”

Yuan’s comments came in a company meeting held on August 3, where he told employees that the top reason for the return-to-office mandate was to build more trust among employees.

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