As an employee, many are pressured into feeling that they need to be in a state of constant busyness or risk judgment for being a lazy and distracted worker. This can drive people to work longer and harder hours than ever before that can affect productivity and engagement in the long run.
ATTSavings.com have come out with an interactive factsheet that shows how watching videos at work can actually boost productivity! Some key takeaways from their findings are that the average worker can watch 27 minutes of online videos a day before productivity dips, that 64% of employed Americans watch online videos at work and that the peak time for watching videos in between 12pm and 2pm.
Watching Videos At Work? You’re Not Alone #Infographic
Did you know that wasting time on the internet can make you a more productive employee? But how much Hulu can you get away with before it starts affecting your performance? And how much are you getting paid during your midday stream-o-thon?