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Networking Via Social Media Costs Russian Economy Up To $1BN
29.06.2013 23:50
Networking Via Social Media Costs Russian Economy Up To $1BN
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Networking via social media at work is detrimental to the Russian economy, according to a survey.

      Companies lose up to RUR 300 billion, or $1 billion due to the idle time that their staff spend on websites like Facebook, Vkontakte or Twitter, says a study by FBK, a major Russian auditing firm.

      Employees waste some 53 hours a year on browsing info irrelevant to their job, and at least 30 percent of employers have already put online restrictions in place. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Vkontakte     

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