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Chris Reich, Business Mediator

Funny Friday: Video Conferencing

Even though I do most of my work using video conferences, I admit to experiencing every one of these issues. This video gave me a laugh and I hope it brightens your day.

 

The Video Meeting

As more of us are working remotely, I’m sure you will relate!

 

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Funny Friday: Video Conferencing
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Video Conferencing is sometimes riddled with issues. If you're working remotely this should give you a good laugh. Enjoy, Chris Reich