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    文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2021-02-27 04:59 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
    It's 7pm and I'm tired. My shift finished one hour ago but I'm still in the office dealing1 with emails. But I'm not alone when it comes to having a full inbox and no time to reply. This problem has been worrying experts in business.
    Sir Cary Cooper, an academic and former adviser2 to the British government, says that employers must combat an "epidemic3" of staff checking work emails after-hours.
    "For people to be working at night, weekends and holidays on email is not good for the health of our country", says Cooper. And he suggests that sending and receiving emails within the same building should be banned. These should be replaced by face-to-face meetings and phone calls.
    Some companies offer internal social networks to have people interacting.
    Part of the modern thinking is that staff's healthy work-life balance leads to a company's increased productivity. And there are suggestions that the workforce4 should have an input5 in changing this culture. According to Cooper, one practical solution would be to send a message to alert workers when they access emails at a time they should be relaxing with their families.
    Some companies have adopted a more radical6 approach to combat the current 'email epidemic'. The French IT company Atos announced in 2011 it was considering banning the use of internal emails. The announcement was enough to make the number of emails decrease.
    The BBC's Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones suggests that employees write shorter emails, with the subject line treated as a headline so that the recipient7 decides if the rest is worth reading. And a crucial point: we need to think before copying a message to everyone in the company. Otherwise many will end up like me - late in the day just pressing the same key. Delete, delete, delete...


    1 dealing NvjzWP     
    • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.該商店因買賣公道而享有極高的聲譽。
    • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的誠實的行為獲得我們的信任。
    2 adviser HznziU     
    • They employed me as an adviser.他們聘請我當顧問。
    • Our department has engaged a foreign teacher as phonetic adviser.我們系已經聘請了一位外籍老師作為語音顧問。
    3 epidemic 5iTzz     
    • That kind of epidemic disease has long been stamped out.那種傳染病早已絕跡。
    • The authorities tried to localise the epidemic.當局試圖把流行病限制在局部范圍。
    4 workforce workforce     
    • A large part of the workforce is employed in agriculture.勞動人口中一大部分受雇于農業。
    • A quarter of the local workforce is unemployed.本地勞動力中有四分之一失業。
    5 input X6lxm     
    • I will forever be grateful for his considerable input.我將永遠感激他的大量投入。
    • All this information had to be input onto the computer.所有這些信息都必須輸入計算機。
    6 radical hA8zu     
    • The patient got a radical cure in the hospital.病人在醫院得到了根治。
    • She is radical in her demands.她的要求十分偏激。
    7 recipient QA8zF     
    a.接受的,感受性強的 n.接受者,感受者,容器
    • Please check that you have a valid email certificate for each recipient. 請檢查是否對每個接收者都有有效的電子郵件證書。
    • Colombia is the biggest U . S aid recipient in Latin America. 哥倫比亞是美國在拉丁美洲最大的援助對象。
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