Workforce and Employment

Why is 'the right to disconnect' so important for employees?

The right-to-disconnect works to remove the expectation that employees will be available outside of working hours. Image: UNSPLASH/ Luke Peters

Jamie Gruman

Professor of Organizational Behaviour, University of Guelph

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Being able to disconnect after intense zoom meetings can boost employee performance and wellbeing. Image: Unsplash

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