"Cyberloafing" considered acceptable by workers

09/16/2008 | Industry Standard, The

According to a survey from the National University of Singapore, employees spend about an hour a day at work "cyberloafing" instead of working. Men seem to engage in the activity more than do women, but each group sees it as generally acceptable as long as it's less than 75 minutes. About 75% of those surveyed say "cyberloafing" made work more interesting and more than half say it helps them deal with personal issues.

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