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The British Cabinet Office is Taking the Day Off of Email on Thursday

British officials at the Cabinet Office are taking a 'no email day,' on Thursday in a move to fight inbox overload. While officials will respond to outside business, they are planning to communicate in-house with face-to-face meetings or phone calls rather than sending emails. The idea came to the government by the through Stephen Kelly, the Government’s Chief Operating Officer and a former Nasdaq executive, who was brought in to make work processes more efficient.

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