E-mail: Productivity booster or time waster? — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
E-mail can raise an employee’s productivity by an average of 326 hours a year, according to a recent survey. But productivity can improve even more if you discourage personal e-mail, cut e-mail distribution lists and filter out spam. The survey identified these time-saving benefits of e-mail:
Time saved Time saved (minutes/day) (hours/year) Dealing with faxes 28 105 Dealing with regular mail 21 25 Reducing phone tag 15 58 Cutting chitchat 15 58 Reducing disruption ...(register to read more)
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