Cyberslacking


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Cyberslacking

In business, the act or practice of avoiding work by doing other things on one's computer. For example, one may chat on Facebook instead of doing work. Sometimes cyberslacking can, at first glance, appear to be work.
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Definitions of cyberloafing construct Term Definition "any voluntary act of employees using their companies' Internet access during office hours to Cyberloafing surf nonwork related Web sites for nonwork purposes, and access (including receiving and sending) nonworkrelated email" "voluntary online Web behaviors during work Personal Web time using any of the organization's resources for Usage activities outside current customary job/work requirements" "extensive personal use of the Internet at work" Cyberslacking "the overuse of the Internet in the workplace for purposes other than work" Term Authors Cyberloafing Lim, Teo & Loo, 2002, p.
2011) Personal Internet Use at Work: Understanding Cyberslacking.
A new generation of cyberslacking workers are multishirking by spending hours a day frittering away time online.
Productivity - limiting cyberslacking through monitoring and blocking Internet usage, including use of proxy-sites
With the first of three national Presidential debates just concluded, Cyberslacking at work takes on yet another form as people cast their votes for President via the Web this November.
Online stock trading at work costs some American businesses $140,000 each day, a new Cyberslacking survey from JSB's surfCONTROL reports.
Cyberslacking at work continues to pose numerous challenges for managers trying to maintain employee productivity, a new survey reports.