64% of employees visit non work-related sites every day with some spending more than 1 hour, on average, each and every day doing so. But guess what? That’s not the #1 time waster. This infographic identifies the 3 most common time wasters at work and what is done during the time that they are, in effect, stealing from their employer.
The infographic below was created by staff.com, posted on its site under the title The 3 Common Time Wasters at Work – Infographic. It is presented here by Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com and www.munKNEE.com and the FREE Market Intelligence Report newsletter (sample here – register here). This paragraph must be included in any article re-posting to avoid copyright infringement.
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*http://biz30.timedoctor.com/3-common-time-wasters-at-work/ (Rob Rawson is a co-founder of Staff.com, a global recruitment platform where you can access very talented staff at affordable rates. They also have a technology called Time Doctor which is software to improve productivity and help keep track and know what your team is working on, even when working from home)
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