Workers Struggle With E-mail Overload

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    Ericka Chickowski

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Close to two out of three U.S. workers check their e-mail outside of regular business hours.
Can you turn off and unplug at the end of the workday or the end of the week? Do you put that Blackberry or iPhone down for the night before dinner, or is it in your hand until you go to bed? Do you sleep with your smartphone? If you are like most American workers, you can't turn it off. Most workers today check their business e-mail outside of regular business hours, according to a new survey out by e-mail management software developer Xobni. The survey found that the e-mail maintenance has crept into worker's lives, as many of us have started checking mail on the weekends, on vacations, while we're sick and even when we're in bed. Here's a closer look at the findings. Where do you fit?
This article was originally published on 2010-09-10