Question: “I asked for time off to take a vacation to Hawaii this past spring. My company has offices in California and New York. While on vacation, I received a barrage of e-mails very early each morning (4 a.m. Hawaii time), most of which needed my reply to approve a document or comment on a proposal. Is it really a vacation day if I end up spending five or six hours each day answering e-mail? It seems like I just moved my office a few thousand miles west.” — Chris
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