I don’t think so. I assume you mean video conferencing as opposed to traveling from different parts of the world to have a conference. If that’s the case, it is already in the company’s wallet’s best interest to set up a video conference. Several webcams or several [first-class] plane tickets? In the cases where traveling is done, it is probably an important part of business, such as to bring signed documents or other important items. A mandate for video conferencing might hinder these processes.
A lot of forms can actually be signed electronically, including the federal I-9…so it’s definitely possible to make the switch, it’s just a matter of effort and desire. It could become mandatory for businesses to participate in video conferencing, and we are probably closer to a mandate now than in past history. As companies are becoming regulated on carbon emissions, it’s definitely a consideration that should be brought to the table. Writing legislators would be a great first step to get the idea considered.
A company would save more money by video conferencing and would therefore be in its interest to do so. Mandatory laws are not needed. Nevertheless, I do not think that it is legal to force companies to do so.
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