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Worker ‘Idle Time’ Costs U.S. Employers $100 Billion a Year, Study Says

Worker ‘Idle Time’ Costs U.S. Employers $100 Billion a Year, Study Says

American workers are spending hours doing nothing, and it is costing their companies more than $100 billion a year

Employers are paying that much in wages for “idle time”—periods when employees are on the clock but unable to get any work done, according to research to soon be published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Read Full Story WSJ

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