Turns out, people waste time at work on the Internet.
Shocked? Probably not, because it’s likely that most of us do it (at least a little).
According to a research study soon to be published in the academic journal, Computers in Human Behavior, it was estimated that “between 60 and 80 percent of people’s time on the Internet at work has nothing to do with work.” They call this behavior “cyberloafing.”
Since in many of our work environments, employees use a computer for most of the day and have ready access to the Internet, this data point is a little unsettling. Read more…