The findings appeared in Scientific Reports.Read More
The study involved more than 1,500 adult participants affiliated with the online-based RAND American Life Panel.
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The Kansas-based research team comprehensively looked at the expectations of mobile media use, manager policy, and task acknowledgment during workplace meetings.
The findings appeared in Scientific Reports.More
The study was authored by Peter Hatemi and Zoltán Fazekas.More
The US-based survey was conducted between September 8-13th, 2020.More
The study was authored by Steven Pfaff, Charles Crabtree, Holger Kern, and John Holbein.More
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