It’s a picture all too often present in offices across the country. Employees slouch dismally facing their computer systems. They spend the maximum amount of time trying to puzzle out means around their business’s Facebook firewall while they invest actually performing these are typically allowed to be focusing on.
The whole day they check out the clock in fifteen, ten, five-minute intervals, desperately wanting for the minute they can finally escape their particular cripplingly uncomfortable chair and pull their aching systems out of the office. Company managers spend countless hours wanting to optimize performance by learning what web pages they must be preventing, or tracking who is taking a long time a lunch break.