What with an overflowing email box, phone calls, meetings, paperwork, it’s sometimes difficult to really get anything done at work.
Add to this surfing the web, which is one of the biggest time wasters at work. According to a Salary.com survey, 64 percent of employees visit non-work related websites every day at work. Out of those, “39 percent spend one hour or less per week, 29 percent spend 2 hours per week, 21 percent waste five hours per week, and only 3 percent said they waste 10 hours or more doing unrelated activities,” reports Forbes.
By cutting out time wasters, planning your day and changing your daily routine can help you get more done during the day.
Try these tips to be more productive.