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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This paper will define cyberslacking, discuss Internet abuse, define Internet Addiction, describe the reasons for concern, delineate the costs to organizations, and describe what managers can do to limit cyberslacking in their organizations.
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.
and international companies will be on hand to discuss how cyberslacking has affected their businesses.
Personal e-mail traffic is predicted to rise a further 28pc this Christmas and Open Orchard - a BT group business offering web and e-mail monitoring systems - says this cyberslacking will cost medium-sized companies in Wales pounds 8m and could endanger both jobs and businesses.
Additional GFI WebMonitor enhancements that enable SMBs to simultaneously ensure a secure and malware-free network infrastructure, prevent cyberslacking and manage bandwidth include: