Should you have the right to disconnect from work? | The Tylt
In the world of Slack and WhatsApp, communicating with work never stops. Notifications relating to the next day's work can stretch into the evening and over the weekend. Connectivity has reached such heights that some are pushing for the "right to disconnect" from work. But others feel having constant communication with their coworkers is no big deal. If it helps get the work done, then so be it. Should everyone have the "right to disconnect"?
Should you have the right to disconnect from work?