You Won't Believe How Much Time Your Employees Spend Cyberloafing
A new study found that 60 to 80 percent of employees' time on the Web at work has nothing to do with their job.
Ugrin and Pearson also found that having a strict policy to prevent personal use of the Internet while at work typically fails if it's not constantly enforced. To be effective, a company should announce its public monitoring plan and ensure all employees are aware this is happening. When spot checks reveal employee problems, these workers need to be reprimanded. While you may not want to discuss the names of the employees caught, a public listing of employees infractions will deter others.
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