Definitions

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  • n. Use of the Internet during work hours for unrelated tasks

Etymologies

cyber- +‎ slacking (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • What you refer to as "cyberslacking" can also be called catching up on the personal business a long workday denies.

    The Mystery Of Flight 990

  • Even cyberslacking can be costly to business owners.

    Monitoring the Monitors

  • Some companies, which spend millions on Web access, have fired workers for cyberslacking, citing concerns about inappropriate activities.

    Cyberslacking on the Job | Impact Lab

  • Employees may seem busy, but many are wasting time on the Internet, or "cyberslacking."

    Cyberslacking on the Job | Impact Lab

  • Popular social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace are also common cyberslacking destinations.

    Cyberslacking on the Job | Impact Lab

  • -- You spend about 1/5th of your time cyberslacking.

    Coffee break: August 29

  • The makers of the clinical-sounding "employee Internet management software" say that work habits like Rhodes's represent a new national epidemic: cyberslacking on the job.

    Is The Boss Watching?

  • Moreover, for many workers, however, using the Internet for "cyberloafing" or "cyberslacking" is a way of alleviating boredom, regardless of how busy they are with work or how much they have to do, the survey found.

    The Economic Times

  • For many workers, however, using the Internet for "cyberloafing" or "cyberslacking" is a way of alleviating boredom, regardless of how busy they are with work or how much they have to do.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "The so-called cyberslacking could be online shopping or arranging for your dog-sitter online or taking care of banking so you don’t have to take a two-hour lunch," Wallace said.

    Cyberslacking on the Job | Impact Lab

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