Texting and email make it harder to leave work behind
Increased online access may keep people more connected, but it also keeps employees more connected to their workplaces, according to a new study by Eircom.
Increased online access may keep people more connected, but it also keeps employees more connected to their workplaces.
According to a new study by telecoms company Eircom, technology can have an impact on people's ability to leave their work behind.
The firm's household sentiment survey found that there were no universally agreed rules about what is acceptable when communicating via email and texting for work purposes.
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