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Face It, Those Who Tweet Are More Productive

Office "slackers" who sneak in a little Facebook and Twitter time do more work than the all-business, all-the-time folks. Researchers at the University of Melbourne confirmed this little truism in a new study. Their research found that, on average, employees who use the internet during work hours for personal reasons are 9 percent more productive than those who don't.
Source: Computerworld

Office "slackers" who sneak in a little Facebook and Twitter time do more work than the all-business, all-the-time folks. Researchers at the University of Melbourne confirmed this little truism in a new study. Their research found that, on average, employees who use the internet during work hours for personal reasons are 9 percent more productive than those who don't.
Source: Computerworld