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Do not disturb time

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Question: I just returned from a professional conference.  I've heard of people designating certain times as quiet time (or do not disturb time).  We discussed it, and the trainer suggested doing it on a daily basis, if needed. Each morning, just let your office workers know when you will not be available unless it is an emergency. I've heard of managers using this.  Do any of you admins use it and, if so, what is your process?  -- Jeannette, Rhode Island


In our Company Policy, we allow what you refer to as "quiet time," but we call it a "morning
break," "lunch," or an "afternoon break." All employees are entitled to a break, which specifically means they are not to do any work. That would constitute a "quiet time." The rest of the time, you are supposed to be working.

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