Sick woman working from home A boss may not want a coughing, sniffling employee in the office, but they may not believe that they deserve a day off from work entirely. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Has the internet helped or hurt employees’ ability to strike a work/life balance? No doubt, it depends who you ask.

While technology has led an increasing number of employers to allow employees to work remotely or have flexible schedules, some workers find it impossible to disengage from the workplace when their phone is lighting up with emails from coworkers.

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