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The Email Problem

Business email is the dominant method of communicating in the workplace.

Yet research studies show that overuse and inappropriate use of business email is a persistent problem. But the business email problem does not solve itself.

And it is getting worse as the volume of business email grows year on year.

Overuse of business email generates problems: vague, overlong and inappropriate messages, unnecessary traffic, relationship issues, overloaded email servers, cross-cultural issues and legal nightmares.

Overuse of business email eats into valuable employee time and efficiency and creates extra stress.

So why don't the issues with business email go away?

Email Addiction 

One of the reasons why the issues with business email do not disappear is because users are addicted. 

Research has proven again and again that business email users are addicted to their inboxes.

Consider this:

An average of 38% of business email received is irrelevant. And a tiny percentage of email users have jobs that mean they have to respond to emails IMMEDIATELY when they receive them.

Yet 91% of email users are alerted each time an email arrives.

Delegates who attend Emailogic email training check their inboxes 43.6% less.

Improve your email management by turning over a new leaf with Emailogic - the UK leading email etiquette consultants.

Contact us on 01452 886556 for a free presentation - and find out how Emailogic can completely transform the way your staff use email.

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