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No WhatsApp please: Workers need work-life boundaries

No WhatsApp please: Workers need work-life boundaries

SINGAPORE – In immediately’s fast-paced, hyper- related world, instantaneous messaging app WhatsApp has turn out to be the default mode of communication amongst colleagues, bosses, subordinates in addition to companies and their prospects.

It might be uncommon to seek out an insurance coverage or property agent, deliveryman or freelancer who doesn’t depend on WhatsApp to carry out every day duties associated to their livelihood.

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