PSFK's Nomad Class Debrief spotlights three productivity-centered trips designed to inspire a healthy work/life balance
The Nomad Class Debrief, a new report from PSFK Labs, examines the needs, behaviors and emerging trends of untethered careerists:
For many professionals, work-life separation is no longer a viable strategy for career advancement: employees report interacting with work, whether in person or on via mobile devices, for 13.5 hours a day. Forty-eight percent of executives feel compelled to respond to work-related emails during nights and weekends, times traditionally devoted to recharging activities such as traveling, extracurricular learning, family bonding or exercise. As a result, the connected workforce is more likely to suffer from burnout and creative stagnation.