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Sharp learning curve for bosses as WFH goes global

Reuters India Thursday, 18 June 2020
Two weeks into the coronavirus lockdown and Sergei Holmeckis, a boss at Deutsche Telekom's Czech operations in the city of Brno, was frustrated with staff video calls. His team didn't like turning on their cameras and the discussion was stilted.
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