Sure, being able to access Facebook and YouTube at work may make you a happier employee, but are e-breaks getting out of hand?
That's what a recent report on employee application use is saying.
The report warns employers that their employees "will take whatever steps are necessary to use whichever applications they want." Uh, you mean like Spreadtweet? Sorry, employers!
I think you need e-breaks throughout the day to be able to have some "me time" at work and make you more content, but obviously you shouldn't be taking so many e-breaks that it affects your productivity. Being a former bored cubicle-dweller, though, I can attest: spending too much time on the Internet is not necessarily you, it's probably your job.
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