That's where the corporate examples work for me and help me understand getting sucked in. There have been plenty of times where I have felt I needed to be available and to answer texts or emails from my boss right away, no matter the time, and losing lots of sleep preparing for presentations, meetings, or waiting for flights in some godforsaken airport terminal during a storm. I used to travel for work and felt lucky I only traveled within the US because they were an international company, which means I could have been losing all kinds of sleep and huge chunks of my life to business travel. I've also been to lots of "team building" type retreats and learned all the acronyms and double-speak, so get the whole group-think experience.
The main difference, though, is I was getting paid, and I never believed I was doing anything other than working my job so I could get paid, plus bonus.