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Have a Meeting But the Weather Is a Problem? Look Into Video Conferencing
Going to a meeting always seems like a chore whenever you aren't having it at your office. If it's raining on top of it, you really don't feel like going to a meeting.
So you can stay in the office, yet still attend your meeting, consider using video conferencing instead. This allows you to still have a face-to-face conversation without having to worry about being soaked by the rain. On top of being able to avoid the rain, there are several benefits to you and your company whenever you're using this kind of technology. Here are a few things to consider, so you can stay out of the rain next time you have to go to a meeting.
Bring in More Employees to the Conversation
When the rain is falling, people tend to have all kinds of things go wrong in their lives. This means key employees you were counting on to be at the meeting may decide not to show up. Additionally, you may make choices not to include certain members of the team due to budgetary restrictions on travel. According to Mashable, you can bring in as many employees to a video conference call as you choose. You don't have to let things like a little rain stand in the way of having all your key employees in on the meeting, when using video conferencing technology from companies like Blue Jeans.
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