After-hours email expectations negatively impact employee well-being |Scienmag

Earlier this year, France passed a labor reform law that banned checking emails on weekends. New research–to be presented next week at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management–suggests other countries might do well to follow suit, for the sake of employee health and productivity.

A new study–authored by Liuba Belkin of Lehigh University, William Becker of Virginia Tech and Samantha A. Conroy of Colorado State University–finds a link between organisational after-hours email expectations and emotional exhaustion, which hinders work-family balance. The results suggest that modern workplace technologies may be hurting the very employees that those technologies were designed to help.

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