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Irish professionals plan to work during holidays

Many Irish business professionals are so married to their work that they are bringing it with them on holiday.

24th July, 2013
Holidays: majority of professionals take work with them.

Many Irish business professionals are so married to their work that they are bringing it with them on holiday.

More than half(54 per cent) plan to work during their summer holiday, according to research commissioned by global workspace provider Regus.

As well as monitoring emails, two in five will take phone calls and attend to tasks that they consider tantamount to ‘business as usual’.

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