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  • surfing the web at work

    do you know anyone who ever got fired for surfing the web while at work? seems to me so many people i know do this at work all day!

  • #2
    Some supervisors are tolerant of this. There may be employees who do their best thinking and who are actually MORE productive while surfing the web at the same time!


    • #3
      It depends on the company policy. There are also proxy servers that you can use to avoid being caught by your IT.

      I do however would make sure that my work is done before browsing anything.


      • #4
        Know your employer's policies about Internet and email use. Because the percentage of employers monitoring computer behavior is rising every year, what you don't know or pay attention to, could hurt your standing with your employer. Most employers don't mind "some" or a small amount of computer use for personal business at work. Know how your employer defines "some."
        Surfing the Web at Work - What Employers Are Doing About Employees Surfing the Web at Work