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Does Multitasking Make Employees Disengaged?

Does Multitasking Make Employees Disengaged?

Devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones in the workplace are making it easier than ever to juggle more projects, and that might be a problem. A recent FuzeBox survey used SurveyMonkey Audience to learn that multitasking makes employees more distracted and less productive. If you have employees, you might want to focus on the following:

  • 92% of workers multitask during meetings. (Tweet this.)
  • 41% of workers multitask “often” or “all the time”.  (Tweet this.)
  • Multitasking causes a 40% drop in productivity. (Tweet this.)
  • Multitaskers take 50% longer to accomplish tasks and make nearly 50% more errors. (Tweet this.)

Check out the FuzeBox study here.


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