(MARANELLO, Italy) — Not long after Ferrari decided to sell fewer cars in 2013, the carmaker is instituting a policy to limit intra-office emails as well.
According to a company statement, Ferrari has decided to “place much stricter limits on the number of emails being sent.” Ferrari employees will now only be able to send an email to three coworkers at a time, eliminating the constant bombardment of “reply all” emails.
The proposal is aimed at limiting the amount of emails sent to large groups, and hopes to increase productivity. While the limit does not apply to emails sent outside of the company, Ferrari is hoping that their employees will “talk to each other more and write less.”
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