2019年6月15日托福独立写作范文：In order to make work more enjoyable, some companies decided not to allow employees to discuss about business by sending mails or text messages on weekends and holidays. Some people believe that this policy is great. Others think that this policy will make no difference in employees’ dissatisfaction with work. What is your opinion and why?
It certainly is annoying that work-related emails pop up during after-work hours and interrupts our personal time. In response, companies are advised to prohibit sending work-related email to their staffs out of office hours, in particular, on weekends. Although the ban intends to reduce dissatisfaction among staffs, it is unlikely to actually make stuffs less disgruntled.
The first reason is simple. Many companies have more than one way to communicate work-related information. In China, an APP called DingDing is developed exclusively for the communication about work issues. Users send messages and make announcements on group noticeboards, and this APP delivers information faster than email does. This is the irony: emailing may be banned; other means will be used and work better, however. In addition, even if any way of telecommunication is not allowed, companies can ask their staffs to be physically present in a conference room for some time on weekends and to discuss work as part of the work arrangement. Anyway, if an employer wants to take advantage of staff’s private time, there are ways to do so.
The other major reason is that work encroaches on employees’ private time in multiple ways. As a matter of fact, workers may be more annoyed by incompetent colleagues or unattainable goals than by a few unexpected emails. In other words, employees may disregard the inbox on weekends or at night; they however cannot seem to completely detach themselvesfrom work. For example, although a friend of mine does not check his other phone, the one used exclusively for work, when he is off-duty, he does not feel less discontent with his job, and I often hear his grievances about the incapable coworkers and their inflated ego.
For corporations, it’s fairly reasonable to provide a working environment that all workers have fewer complaints about. Some of them have planed prohibiting sending emails to the employees at weekends, thought it will alleviate their discontent towards their workplace. But some strong believers are inclined to the fact that even receiving no tasks in their leisure time, employees will not easily change their attitude to the company. Accordingly, I with no hesitation, advocate that declining disturbance toworkers’ personal life such as their holidays from company can greatly improve their satisfactory of the firm.
For starters, everyone needs to have a rest while constant assignments will finally eliminate their passion to work. Specifically, most people, indeed, enjoy doing their jobs with high level of satisfaction, but this only happens when they are not tired of current jobs and have regular breaks during busy weekdays. If company fail to distinguish weekends from weekdays, employees will possibly develop boredom after long-time working. For instance, my best friend who just enters the workplace, at first, she had sufficient enthusiasm and energy towards her job. However, she seldom had weekends due to constant extra work assigned via emails, since her boss always said that brilliant workers should contribute more to the whole company. At last, she cannot bear it but resigned without any reluctance to this job. Thus, it is extremely essential for the employers to provide enough personal space without improper emails during the weekends.