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Several players in the world of workplace communication software, including Slack, have begun offering “Do Not Disturb” features for employers and employees. (Photo: ymgerman/Shutterstock.com)

For a corporate attorney immersed in an always-on tech world, it must have seemed odd, at least at first, when California-based LegalZoom general counsel Chas Rampenthal emailed a business contact in the U.K., where the workday had ended, and received an automatic notification that the recipient was off the clock and would be available during regular hours.

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