Would employees get more done if they were unavailable every now and then?
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When Josh Coates needs to reach one of his salespeople orsoftware engineers by cell phone, he wants them right now.
"If I get voice mail, it's irritating. Working for astart-up is more than a 9-to-5 job," says the 29-year-oldfounder and chief technology officer of Scale Eight Inc., a San Francisco data storagecompany with annual sales over $5 million. "People should beavailable, period."
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