Why checking your emails after work is hurting your relationship

Why checking your emails after work is hurting your relationship

Checking emails outside of working hours could hurt romantic relationships and damage your mental health, a new study has found.

The survey was carried out on full-time workers aged between 31 and 40. Workforce Emotions Expert, William Becker, found that “the employees themselves seem largely unaware of the impact this has on their significant others”.

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Comments (1)

  • VeniVidiVici
    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 4:29pm BST
    Oh............. you mean WORK emails!

    Silly me........