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Why Richard Branson's company is making employees take a 'digital detox'

LONDON — Sir Richard Branson probably isn't your boss. But if he was, he'd tell you to unplug for a moment, maybe even two. Virgin, the British multinational company founded by Branson, recently instituted a new requirement that some of its employees turn off email for two hours a week in a bid to improve their wellbeing and creativity.  The policy comes as companies are coming under fire for creating environments in which workers are expected to be plugged in almost all the time.
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