If you are using the Zoom app and [...] you ask people to turn on the camera — because I don’t want to interact with the screen off — then you can see that people are out on a beach somewhere during business hours. [...] That is, people say that they are working, but they are in such an inappropriate environment. It was not easy, people protested; they objected. And we said: ‘No, you have to turn on the camera so that we can at least see that you are working.’ [...] You are in a situation where you propose some rules, and this was never a problem before the crisis. And no one said ‘I will go to the office and work in swimming trunks.’ [...] We had to regulate the situation, though we had expected that people would regulate the situation themselves — Jan Dunning, Chairman of the Management Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Magnit.
In psychology I think they call these ‘translation problems’. When they have a problem, and they don’t like anything, then they look for someone with whom to associate the problem. And they associate it, in this case, with the employer. [...] At the Skolkovo school, we had to deal with the fact that some of our students protested against online learning, although there were no offline alternatives at all. [...] The problem was with shifting focus — Andrei Sharonov, President, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO .