By Brandon Ruhe
For the most part, the typical 9-5 business days are over. You know, the days when five o’clock would roll around, you’d leave work, get home and drop your briefcase at the door until the morning. For many people this hasn’t been the case for many years. Companies have gone global, requiring them to work before or after hours to communicate with their business counterparts. Even if a company hasn’t gone global, they still feel the pressure of competition and technology has enabled us to stay connected and productive after hours.