What is your organization's official WFH camera policy? Curious how other HR professionals are navigating on-camera burnout.

Camera is always on regardless of task0%

Camera must be on for all meetings, but can be off otherwise0%

Camera must be on for client meetings, but can be off otherwise0%

Camera is always optional100%


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VP Talent, Learning & Organisational Development in Manufacturing, 10,001+ employees
There is no policy around this, it is more to create inclusion and engagement when on a call, of course with the necessary filter to avoid distraction on both sides (or avoid people being curious about how your house looks like!). It just makes the conversation more interesting if you are looking at each other but we will never force someone to switch on the camera. 

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