The State of Meetings in 2020
Tuesday (29%), followed closely by Wednesday (25%), was the most popular day for meetings; meanwhile, nearly half of respondents (47%) thought Monday was the worst, with most others (40%) selecting Friday.
After shifting to working from home, weekly meeting time suddenly jumped 10%. This translates to an average of three additional meetings per week per employee.
To collaborate at work, Baby Boomers are most likely to use in-person meetings, while Gen X and Millennials use emails and Gen Z use chats.
For the average length of meetings, 49% were between 30 minutes – 1 hour, 37% were 1-2 hours, 7% were less than 30 minutes, and another 7% were over 2 hours.