Technology now allows connectivity 24/7, and many employers are — or are considering — furnishing hand-held electronic devices to members of their workforces. In the best conditions, this can facilitate work efficiency and improve work-life effectiveness. In other situations, it may communicate to employees that they are expected to never disconnect from work, and potentially either foster resentment or enable unhealthy work behaviors. Through a survey of 627 employees across multiple organizations and industries, this research explored the prevalence of employer-supplied connectivity devices, along with users’ work habits, beliefs about their companies’ culture and perception of the intended message when their employers supplies these devices. WorldatWork invited all Premier members to participate through messaging in various e-newsletters and WorldatWork blogs as well as the WorldatWork homepage. The survey was open for participation from July 28 to July 31, 2009. While the survey was targeted to WorldatWork Premier members, nonmembers may have gained access to the survey through blogs and member discussion of the survey that occurred in the WorldatWork Online Community. A total of 231 members and nonmembers participated.