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  • Germany wants to ban work emails after hours
  • Germany wants to ban work emails after hours
    Shane Adams (2014) ©

Germany wants to ban work emails after hours

Imagine leaving work at the office. Not an absurd idea, but a luxury many don’t have. With smartphones and constant access to work emails, the lines between work and leisure are blurred. German Labour Minister Andrea Nahles wants to put an end to this with a 6pm work email ban.



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