Microsoft boss Satya Nadella warns

Microsoft boss Satya Nadella warns of impact of late-night emails

Microsoft has found, with time spent on after-hours work growing even more quickly, at 28%

The data show how workers have increasingly adopted more asynchronous schedules

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella warned that employee

well-being could suffer from an ever-expanding workday that often now creeps well into the night.

Nadella, whose company has studied how remote work impacts

collaboration in an effort to improve its Teams software, cited Microsoft research

showing that about a third of white-collar workers have a “third peak"

of productivity late in the evening, based on keyboard activity.