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From work email and texts to that Slack message from your boss, technology has become entwined with our lives. For workers, tech tools can both help and hurt, making work-hours more flexible but also never-ending.
Beatrice, a busy 50-year-old manager at an airline in Paris, sounds like she would benefit from France’s new “right to disconnect” law that guarantees all employees freedom from their work smartphone and e-mail.
While President Donald Trump was tweeting his “concerns” about Amazon.com on March 30, accusing the company of “putting many thousands of retailers out of business,” the Seattle-based e-commerce giant was preparing to give public officials and the press a sneak peek at its first warehouse in Illinois where robots work alongside humans to fill customers' orders.
The workplace is not what it was before, with employers embracing technological advances and introducing more flexibility to the work environment.
Switching off after work is difficult at the best of times, but it can be even harder when you're working from home.
Amazon employees start their shifts passing through turnstiles and a sign reminding them what they can’t bring with them as they report for work alongside robots.
b>LONDON/b>: Employees in fast-growing economies have more freedom over the technology they use for work than their counterparts in developed countries, and are more likely to see corporate provision of devices as a perk, according to a study.