No-meeting Mondays: Uber gives employees a break from incessant meetings
Growing trends sees firms designate time for employees to concentrate
Uber has declared two Mondays as meeting-free this summer to give employees a break from "back-to-back meetings".
The move is part of a trend seen in a number of companies to allow employees time to focus rather than being interrupted by incessant video calls.
A companywide email sent by Uber's chief people officer Nikki Krishnamurthy on 24 June and seen by Insider , designated 12 July and 9 August as "no me...