Workforce and Employment

These tips could help you better manage your work email 

Many academic studies have found that there is a certain addictive, habitual component to our use of work email. Image: Unsplash/ Glenn Carstens-Peters

Emma Russell

Senior Lecturer in Occupational Psychology Management, Kingston University

Marc Fullman

Researcher in Organisational Behaviour, University of Sussex

Kevin Daniels

Professor of Organisational Behaviour, University of East Anglia

Tom Jackson

Professor, Loughborough University

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