Workers repeatedly utilizing video-conferencing platforms for conferences undergo elevated ranges of fatigue, reported research.
Following work-from-home orders issued by governments worldwide through the pandemic, many staff attended conferences nearly utilizing applied sciences equivalent to Zoom or Microsoft Teams, as a substitute of assembly face-to-face.
Working via COVID-19: Videoconference Fatigue
The researchers derived the outcomes via an evaluation of a survey of 1,145 Singapore residents in full-time employment and who had indicated that they use videoconferencing apps steadily.
‘In a survey performed in December 2020, the NTU analysis staff discovered that 46.2% of all reported emotions of fatigue or being overwhelmed, drained, or drained from using videoconferencing purposes.’
The researchers from the NTU Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI) and its Center for Information Integrity and the Internet (IN-cube), printed their findings within the journal Computers in Human Behavior Reports in June 2022.