I saw an interesting and thought provoking article published by Headlines today:  “employees in danger of communication overload” where according to Cary Cooper “most of us are guilty of checking in with work too often.”

It’s true there’s a difference between “we don’t expect you to check your email” and “we expect you not to check your email”  … but I suspect very few companies adopt the latter.

But as Cary said email is just part of the problem, and not the only channel with information overload.  Here’s the full article: Why we must completely rethink how to communicate at work.

What are your views?  And what are you doing to overcome this?

 

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