Employees More Distracted by Their Spouse Than Their Cell Phone

One in five employees say “personal relationship issues” is their biggest distraction at work, according to a poll released by ComPsych Corporation, a global provider of employee assistance programs. Following in second place, not surprisingly, at 19% is “coworkers who want to chat”. In the same poll, only 4% said personal communications (cell phone, e-mail/instant messenger, social media) was their top distraction in the workplace.

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