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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Survey Finds Workers Average Only Three Productive Days per Week: Most Respondents to New Microsoft Office Survey Say They're Working Longer, But Are Less Productive; They Relate Their Productivity to Technology

"Unclear objectives, lack of team communication and ineffective meetings are among the top time wasters that workers around the world say make them feel unproductive for as much as a third of their workweek on average, according to results of an online Microsoft® Office survey announced today. Survey respondents also said that, as they grapple with the need to work longer hours and the desire for better work-life balance, they rely heavily on technology tools to help optimize their personal and team productivity."


Survey Finds Workers Average Only Three Productive Days per Week: Most Respondents to New Microsoft Office Survey Say They're Working Longer, But Are Less Productive; They Relate Their Productivity to Technology
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