A couple things to get out of the way as caveats:
- assuming that all employees signed consent, same as when photos are taken in an office.
- assuming that a fully-distributed company, with no central office and everyone working from home or other local accommodation.
- assuming these are static images, not video.
Many 'corporate social media' give companies the ability to create a public profile, including images. These images usually feature in-office working scenarios, like collaboration, social times, the vibe of the space, celebrating wins, etc.
In a 'fully remote' distributed-team environment, none of these are easy to capture in images.
Would showing an image of a group team call provide anything good for the image of company culture?
Can some people please just answer the question instead of meta-assumptions and well-actually comments? It's a sincere question and I'm in a position a) do this, b) get any legal consents needed, and c) not reveal IP/secrets Every company photo is forced and we all cope.
This is not hip (cringe) showmanship - I'm legitimately interested in showing what our very-well-functioning fully-remote company culture 'looks like'.