“Generation Mobile” employees prefer to mix work and personal activities throughout the day.
A new survey has found that 61% of Generation M or “Gen M” feel guilty when they receive work communications during personal hours.
According to mobility service provider MobileIron, which conducted the survey, Generation M is defined as “mobile workers who are either men age 18-34 or people with children under age 18 in their households.”
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