A study titled “Killing me softly: Electronic communications monitoring and employee and spouse well-being” has shown that when employers expect workers to monitor work-related emails during non-work hours, the result is a problem for the employees and their families.  

William Becker, a Virginia Tech associate professor of management in the Pamplin College of . . .

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