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Designing Ubiquitous Computing Environments to Support Work Life Balance


Information technology is no longer restricted to organizational use but is as common place in the home as electricity and water. Because of this increased ubiquity, work activities infiltrate the home with ease and spontaneity and employees can carry out family activities at work effortlessly. For the employee, this has lead to "the always-connected lifestyle." However, concerns have been raised as to the possible adverse effects on work life balance.

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Anonymous

very true, work life balance is needed to overcome increased stress levels as a result of this mixup of activities


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