Everybody's workin' for the weekend -- but a lot of us just worked *through* the weekend. Experts say too many of us stay connected to work through email and we're mentally exhausted on Mondays.
Houston author and labor expert Garrison Wynn says if you're in management, you're probably expected to work 24/7. But if not, you need to make expectations clear when you interview for the job.
"When you get a job I think it's pretty important you ask questions about what's really expected of you and is it expected for you to work weekends. If they say 'no, no, that's not really expected; it's not part of your job’ then you're not expected to answer the email."
Wynn says companies are making a mistake by not allowing employees to disconnect over the weekend. He says it hurts their productivity Monday through Friday.
"Most people need a break, they need some space, they need their own time and they need to be able to recover from the work week, so that means no work over the weekend."