... A year of too much work or too little - KansasCity.com: Earlier this year, I dared to put the question out there: Can you control after-hours work demands without getting fired or losing a customer?
My favorite response came from Wayne A. Hochwarter, a professor of management at Florida State University. It's all about communication, he said. Maybe you're answering emails at 10 p.m., but your manager doesn't expect you to be on call at all hours. You may have inadvertently communicated the wrong message: that you don't mind the infringement on your personal time. It's possible to pull back - if you are clear about how you plan to handle their needs during the workday, he said.
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