More than one in four (27%) employees who drive for work say their boss has called and/or texted even though they knew they were driving, according to a survey of employees in the United States, conducted on behalf of the Travelers Companies.

In total, almost half (43%) of employees admit to answering or making work-related communications while driving. Work pressure is named as a reason for engaging in distracting behavior, with 38% of respondents saying they feel the need to always be available.

According to the survey, the same number (54%) of millennials (those aged 18-34) and “Gen Xers” (those aged 35-44) admit to business-related communications while driving.