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Communication technologies have facilitated workers' ability to integrate the home and work domains; however, these tools have also allowed each domain to more frequently intrude into the other. We examined workplace policies and norms, individual preferences, and family norms and expectations as antecedents of connectivity behaviors that utilize communication technologies to bridge the boundaries between home and work. The control of interruptions from communication technology was examined asdoi:10.21818/001c.17939 fatcat:cjninykhijbfhimtlpjpsdjy5q