Employees Spend 4 Hours A Weekly On Non-work Websites

If you check your Facebook while on the clock or shop online at work, you’re not alone.
The average employee spends 4 hours per week goofing off on the internet when they are supposed to be working.
That works out to roughly 26 days of wasted time a year.
It also means your boss is paying you to slack off a tenth of your day.
The American economy loses an estimated $85-billion a year from this and that’s why some companies now block their employees getting on certain sites.

According to a new survey from information technology company Spiceworks, 61% of companies won’t let their employees log onto dating sites.
38% block social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
25% block streaming services like Netflix and Spotify.
While only 16-percent restrict online retail sites.