Board of ContributorsCommentary by David C. Miller, Daily Business Review
Employees Who Work on Vacation May Not Be Doing Employer Any Favors
For today’s U.S. workers, very often, a long-awaited vacation tends to become a “workation.” Although they have every intention of relaxing and enjoying their time away, many workers can’t resist the temptation to check their email, write that report, or answer work-related phone calls while on vacation, writes David C. Miller.
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