The survey, carried out by technology intelligence solution provider Snow Software and also covering 1000 workers each from Europe and the US, found that, overall, 34% of those surveyed said they always took devices used for work along with them when holidaying.
Another 27% said they took these devices along most of the time while 17% said they only took them along some of the time.
The survey indicated that workers in the APAC region had the hardest time disconnecting, with 71% always taking their laptops along on vacation and only 18% being inclined to leave them at home.
American workers were the category most inclined to leave work devices at home when setting out on a vacation, with 26% of those surveyed saying they would never take these devices with them on holiday.
The percentage of workers who carried office devices with them on vacation also varied with their position in an organisation.
Workers who held higher level positions were more likely to take their work device on vacation, with 50% of vice-presidents and C-level executives never leaving them behind. However, 44% of interns exhibited similar behaviour.