Being offline is a luxury

Although more than three-quarters of employers believe that their employees must be regularly offline, half of the employees do not follow this rule. Employers themselves are not setting the right example, according to research by Tele2 Business.

Seven out of ten employers are continuously available themselves outside of working hours. However, half of the employers plan time offline for themselves. Something that often falls short with employees, while there is a need for it. Six in ten employees never receive tips or guidance from the supervisor aimed at smart and efficient work.

Although 63% of employers say that they make work pressure regulation a priority, the employee does not experience this in practice. For example, six in ten indicate that the employer does not inquire often enough about the workload (55%) and almost one third do not feel heard by the employer (27%).

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