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Improve Productivity: Surf the Web at Work! April 3, 2009

Posted by baldricman in News, Tech.
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A recent study from the University of Melbourne suggests that employees who engage in WILB (“Workplace Internet Leisure Browsing”, obviously) :

 within a reasonable limit of less than 20% of their total time in the office – are more productive by about 9% than those who don’t

Original blog post found here, though I couldn’t find a link to the actual study.

Send this to your boss, and enjoy surfing!

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1. Deems - April 3, 2009

I always knew it – now management should know too 🙂

2. Monare - April 3, 2009

I agree with that article…

baldricman - April 3, 2009

Which is why you’re attempting to increase productivity at this very moment, right?

Monare - April 3, 2009

100% 🙂

3. Joe - April 3, 2009

Agreed. Earlier this week when the SAIX issues hit I was terribly unproductive – stuck like a deer caught in headlights I was.

baldricman - April 3, 2009

hehe, thanks for sharing your struggle with us, Joe. I understand.


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