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How to Handle Email Delay Anxieties at Work

Silence can make coworkers feel snubbed. Is there a better way to cope with email overload?

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In 2017, Paige Lee Jones (@paigeleejones) aired her biggest pet peeves on Twitter: “Got an ‘out of office for the holidays’ email after responding to a requested URGENT email within 4 minutes.”

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