Do not tell me? Only 28% of e-mails at work are useful
Mimecast, a company dedicated to business solutions for managing e-mail, released a survey showing the reality of those we know are like that, but we needed someone to put figures. And it is said, only 28% of e-mails received at Work is useful or productive tasks to do with the remainder being unrelated things (61%) and personal issues (11%).
This would not be a problem if it were not in all that is received in the inbox, costs too much to find relevant information that serves to produce something useful in the workplace, losing valuable time and the employer pays the employee occupies in other things.
Despite this, the Study also tells us that it is promoting the idea of using other electronic platforms to communicate with LinkedIn in the lead with a 55% adoption, followed closely by Facebook, showing 47%. Now have to do another study to find out how productive are the contents that cross through these social networks, and that especially in the case of Facebook, probably also present a problem similar to that seen in the e-mails.
Link: Most emails are useless labor (CNN Spanish)Tags: E-Mail, Email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Mimecast, Poll, Studies, Study, Work