- someone who abuses their employer's e-mail and internet facilities during working hours
Those that have passed the test include CYBERSLACKER
, FATOUSH, BLAMESTORMING, SARS, CANTOPOP, BUPKIS, NOUGHTIES, MUGGLE, and ROBATA.
com), the digital media and entertainment company, today announced that it has signed an exclusive contract to present the critically acclaimed animated series CyberSlacker
Now that the economic recession challenges every company, there is no place for cyberslackers
and low-skilled stuff.
A study by Ugrin, Pearson and Odom (2007) found that executives and younger individuals had the highest propensity to be cyberslackers
while gender, culture, years of service, and pay status were not significantly related to this behavior.