Managing Employees’ Personal Activities During Working Hours

Statistics about how much personal time is being spent on the computer during working hours are concerning.  Some experts’ estimates are as high as 25 to 40% for some employees and some say this is conservative.  Unless we implement invasive big brother measures, and we are super-micro managers who know exactly what employees are doing every minute of the day, we have no idea whether the clicking of the key board is for personal instant messaging, personal banking, a job search, or work.

Want to learn more about managing employees’ personal activities during working hours?  See the ConnectsUs article and answers to frequently asked questions at:

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