Lawyers Procrastinate for Over an Hour a Day

But accountants procrastinate significantly more! Another arrow in the quiver to use against the bean-counters:

“From chatting, surfing the web and engaging in social media, lawyers are prone to a bout of procrastination every day. The good news for their bosses – accountants are worse.  British employees are spending more than two hours a day procrastinating and 3 hours and 5 minutes of a working week on social media, working only 3.7 days a week instead of the five days they are paid to do. Lawyers, whilst working harder, still procrastinate for over an hour a day whilst accountants spend nearly an hour and a half per day on a variety of time-wasting activities.”

Read: Lawyers procrastinate for over an hour a day at GlobalLegalPost


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