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Posted on: Jul 16, 2014

"There are never enough hours in the day..." 

"There's always more work to be done..."

"I'm so busy. The work just never ends..."

Sound familiar? You may have heard (or said) one of these phrases already today. We all feel busy, busy, busy, and yet there may be ways we're unintentionally foiling our own abilities to be productive at work. According to a new survey, there are three common time-wasting activities that trap many employees on the job. If you find yourself with an endless to-do list or projects that always carry over to the next morning, one of the activities outlined in this infographic may be the culprit. Whether you use this information to improve your own productivity or help increase others' efforts on the job, knowing where your time is spent is always a good idea when it comes to business practice.


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