VW gives workers a rest from Blackberry messages


* VW, works council agree deactivate e-mails at night * Response has been very positive -paper FRANKFURT, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen has agreed to grant workers in Germany a rest from e-mails relentlessly filling the inboxes of their Blackberry devices out of hours. Europe's biggest carmaker and the body that represents its workers have agreed to have the e-mail function deactivated at night, a spokesman for the company said, confirming an earlier report in a German newspaper. Workers ...

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