Navigating the Challenges of Cyberslacking in the Digital Workplace

As the line between professional and personal life increasingly blurs, the advent of cyberslacking — the use of company resources for personal online activities — emerges as a nuanced challenge for businesses. As we delve into the digital age, this exploration sheds light on the delicate balance between fostering a trusting, productive work environment and safeguarding against the risks that unrestricted internet use poses to company security and efficiency
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Elizabeth Jenkins-Smalley

Editor In Chief at The Executive Magazine

In today's digitised world, where the internet is integral to both personal and professional realms, businesses face the growing challenge of cyberslacking — employees utilising company internet and devices for personal activities. This phenomenon poses not only a potential detriment to productivity but also risks the integrity of an organisation'...


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