Cyber Monday May Prove Very Expensive For Employers

Nearly half of workers in one survey said they would be shopping online at their jobs, costing nearly $450 million in lost productivity.
0:53 | 11/28/16

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In today's tech bytes Cyber Monday some deep discounts online including target taking 15% off almost everything on top of its sale. Amazon is offering deals on electronics but forget about the Smart TV for 125. Dollars at Wal-Mart it's already sold out. And here's a tip to save even more money and leave items in your virtual shopping cart on the retailers web site do that and some merchants will email additional discounts or deals to you including JC Penney office Max and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Cyber Monday expensive for employers one estimate puts the cost of a lost productivity at almost half a billion dollars. Get this 49% of employees in one survey said they would be shopping today while at work and 3% said they'd be doing it. At least some online shopping during a meeting being. Nice just don't get caught. Blizzard type right sat.

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