Media Relations Survey: Majority of employees don’t want videoconferencing at work A recent report said that 46 percent of information workers are expected to telecommute by 2016. One desktop tool that might not be a part of the work-from-home revolution: videoconferencing. By Michael SebastianFeb. 2, 2011 SHARE A study by Forrester found that 72 percent of people in the workforce don’t want videoconferencing at work. Upper management is driving its adoption, the study noted. To read the full story, log in. Become a Ragan Insider member to read this article and all other archived content. Sign up today Already a member? Log in here. Learn more about Ragan Insider.