Mobile access will not improve work/life balance - survey

Tuesday 31 July 2012 | 18:57 CET | News
Over half (54%) of mobile workers in the UK believe that blanket connectivity on the move would significantly shorten their working day, according to research by Virgin Media Business. However, they do not believe that this would improve their work/life balance. Just 10 percent believe working less hours would improve the way they separate work and private lives. Workers believe increased mobile coverage would provide a secure link to the office to help access emails more easily (79 %) and deal with emergencies more quickly (46%), but do not think this would boost the likelihood of working

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Virgin Media / Virgin Media Business
Countries: United Kingdom
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