Technological advances have expanded work environments far beyond the confines of our office walls and into our personal lives. We now see people working in trains and planes and on their mobile phones and tablets.
The truth is that with the mobile technology available to us today, office boundaries don’t really exist. But a few questions remain: is the traditional office still the only place real work gets done? How do we even define work? And with work ingraining itself into our personal lives, can we ever truly unplug? There is an influx of workers without borders, but what about workers beyond work?