Goofing Off at Work
The University of Melbourne concluded
that allowing employees to spend time on personal affairs
during the work day boosts productivity by up to 9%. This is something that
those of us in the software world have known for a while, but now there is
data to convince some of the more conservative organizations. An interesting
point of view on the study is available at Computer World.
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