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Should you pay staff to check their emails on their commute?

A UK university has argued that time spent checking and answering work emails during commutes should count as work – the BBC reports.

A study from the University of the West of England suggests that wider access to wi-fi on trains and the spread of smart phones has extended the working day, with 54% of commuters using the train's wi-fi to send work emails.

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