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Companies Urging Workers to Avoid After-Hours Email

A growing number of companies is trying to rebuild the boundaries between work and home by urging their employees to stop checking email once they leave work, or at least to refrain from replying if they feel compelled to continue scanning the inbox. While the added productivity in an economic downturn is appreciated, some companies now have the foresight to try and ward off employee burnout. 

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