A new survey by Glasgow and Paisley universities has found that UK workers are getting stressed out about their emails, Sneak has read. It seems that around a third of staff feel the pressure to reply immediately to the mail in their inboxes is just too great, with females affected worse than males.
Sneak has no such problem with email stress, in fact, he greets the chirpy ping heralding each new mail like a fat man waiting for a microwave meal. Honestly, it can be a lonely job being an IT Sneak, you know. And however much pressure the ladies that Sneak emails of a lunchtime may be under, it doesn't seem to make them any more likely to respond.
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