all heard that time is a precious resource that we should not squander. But, in
Salary.com's latest Wasting Time at Work Survey, 64% of the full-time workers
responding reported wasting one hour or less each day; 22% said they wasted approximately two hours daily;
and 14% admitted
to wasting three
hours or more each workday. The main
time-wasters reported were:
primary reasons cited for all this wastefulness were:
these stark statistics, the Cyclope-Series Team Blog suggests that employers
can curb waste by providing "opportunities for employees to grow personally and
professionally." Likewise, employers would do well to recognize the motivating
force of "regular praise, respect in the office place, a sense of having a real
voice in the business and some level of job security."
additional guidance, this Wall Street Journal post on Ways
to Stop Wasting Time Online
compares four online services designed to help distracted computer users stay
focused. You can find similar tips in this review of 15
Free Online Time Management Tools.
Offering less concrete, but equally valuable, insight is a recent New York
Times article - titled Talk Deeply, Be Happy? - that explores the
importance of engaging in meaningful conversations.
by Bradley Eggers
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