Tuesday, August 7, 2018

“Please figure this out and get back to me asap even though it would take me less time to do it myself than to write this email.”
– Author unknown (yet ubiquitous) –

Your emails are rude and they’re negatively impacting your employees and their partners. I jest, yet that’s the gist of the new study, “The Long Arm of Email Incivility: Transmitted Stress to the Partner and Partner Work Withdrawal” available by clicking here. The authors have found that email often serves as a catalyst for workplace incivility that spills over into people’s home life. So think twice about your language choice before you fire off that next electronic missive.