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E-Mail Takes a Holiday, at Least for One Day

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E-Mail Takes a Holiday, at Least for One Day

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E-Mail Takes a Holiday, at Least for One Day

E-Mail Takes a Holiday, at Least for One Day

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Feeling his employees should work face-to-face as often as possible, one CEO has banned in-house e-mails on Fridays.

PBD Worldwide Fulfillment Services chief Scott A. Dockter says that while there's been some grumbling about the policy, the practice is improving office culture — and cutting down the amount of emails employees send across the board.

NPR's Melissa Block talks with Dockter.