Office workers productive for less than three hours a day

Office workers productive for less than three hours a day

British office workers spend just 2 hours and 53 minutes a day productively, often preferring to spend their time on social media, trawling news websites and chatting with colleagues, alarming new research has found.

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Comments (2)

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous@ Magnus Fakolujo
    Fri, 18 Jul 2014 4:20pm BST
    I would argue the contrary. If they want their workers to be productive and mentally healthy than it is up to the workers to find a right balance of work and relaxation. Clearly companies are doing well with current productivity rates and salaries.
  • Magnus Fakolujo
    Magnus Fakolujo
    Mon, 17 Feb 2014 3:14pm GMT
    This is an interest topic. One of the key action of any organisation being profitable is for them to manage their cost more effectively. Bearing in mind on average people tend to be productive for 3 hrs means that the organisation is paying an extra 4 or 5 hours for nothing. I think this is a topic that more organisations should explore more closely