Blackberry, Volkswagen and a proper work-life balance

Katie Hinderer | 29 December 2011
This week, Volkswagen made all the major news outlets when it made a decision to improve the work-life balance of its employees. Now, union workers in Germany will not receive emails from the company during their off hours.
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