After a long day of work, you probably find yourself curled up on the couch, binge-watching Netflix, and…scrolling through work emails on your phone.
Smartphones offer numerous apps to tackle tasks quickly both inside and outside the office. Often, though, that comes at the expense of your work-life balance.
Employees are accessible 24/7 through their smartphone, creating many workplaces where you’re expected to be available to answer questions all the time.
That’s probably not good for your health — and, as studies have shown, not good for your productivity in the long run, either. But your smartphone doesn’t need to be the antagonist to your after work zen. Read more…