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Startups Take on Email in the Workplace

In a move to fight the over use of email at work, a number of startups are taking an email-free stance. Slack and Asana, are among these companies that let employees work and keep track of projects within shared online locations. The goal of such companies is to make workers more efficient and not bogged down by email. According to a study by the University of California, Irvine, workers check email on average 74 times a day.

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