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Are You Spending Most of Your Day In Non Productive Tasks? [Infographic]

How often do you feel that you are not doing enough productive work on an average work day? Maybe never. However research shows that employees spend much of their day doing things that don’t add any value to the organization. Mostly its the paperwork, unnecessary emails, pointless meetings and so on that keeps the office worker occupied through the day. The non productive tasks in a day seem to overshadow the work and at the end its only an average of 3 hours of sincere work that results from this. Here’s an infographic:

[Infographic]- The 3 hour Working Day

[Infographic]- The 3 hour Working Day

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Joe Errington

Marketing Executive at MITIE
Marketing and social media executive for MITIE, a strategic outsourcing company who look after the facilities management of companies in the UK and abroad.
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Prior to the execution of the Real Estate Act (RERA) the examination and studies led by the specialists expressed that actualizing RERA Real Estate Act will acquire transparency in the land area, and homebuyers will at no time in the future need to feel stressed over their ventures. A comparative investigation for the manufacturers expressed that developers will be made more dependable since they’ll need to meet the development due dates and in addition the quality principles. The essential goal of RERA is making a transparent framework between the homebuyers and developers, in a route that there’s advantage for both the gatherings.

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