When Employees Like Meetings

Sure, they get bashed all the time as time-wasters and money-drainers. But a 2006 survey of employees found that most people actually like meetings.

The survey of 800 workers — conducted by a research team led by organizational scientists Steven Rogelberg, Cliff Scott, and John Kello from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte — found that 50 percent of respondents complain about meetings publicly, but when surveyed privately, have views that are more favorable.

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