No WhatsApp please: Employees want work-life boundaries

Experts note that using WhatsApp for work often leads to a blurring of personal and work lives. PHOTO: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE - In today's fast-paced, hyper- connected world, instant messaging app WhatsApp has become the default mode of communication among colleagues, bosses, subordinates as well as businesses and their customers.

It would be rare to find an insurance or property agent, deliveryman or freelancer who does not rely on WhatsApp to perform daily tasks related to their livelihood.

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