Cyberslacking

(redirected from cyberslacker)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.

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.
Farlex Financial Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All Rights Reserved
References in periodicals archive ?
Chat and e-mail ran a close second, followed by miscellaneous activities including visiting adult sites, searching requests, and looking at or downloading streaming media (Cyberslackers threaten, 2002).
Cyberloafers and cyberslackers are becoming such a big enough problem in the corporate world that many companies are beginning to crack down.
As broadband applications over the Internet continue to become increasingly popular, corporate networks are becoming bottlenecked; streaming media, mp3 files, video and audio files, and large graphic files are increasing network crashes, which costs companies money (Cyberslackers, 2002).
FAST consultancy services issues warning to UK business on cyberslackers. M2 Presswire, March 23, 1.