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Cyberslacking Is A Workplace Epidemic

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Cyberslacking. This is not a word common to many people, but it's a workplace condition that has become a problem of epidemic measures. 

According to a Harris Poll for CareerBuilder, it was reported that twenty-four percent of workers admitted they spend at least an hour a day on personal email, texts, and personal calls. Whatever the gains from the application of new technology, cyberslacking is eroding American productivity from the inside out. It is being chewed up by the use and abuse of Internet access to social media and apps for non-work purposes. 

Join host Meghan M.Biro and special guest William Keiper on Wednesday, November 16 at 1pm EST, as they delve into this important topic and discuss the underlying causes of this prevalent workplace condition. 

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