'The Case for Facebook' Makes a Strong Argument

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: • References: keas and holykaw.alltop
'The Case for Facebook' infographic shows the benefits of allowing workers to surf the Internet during work. This doesn't mean going on social media sites and tweeting all day, but a few minutes here and there to roam the web. According to the graph, this will make workers more productive and happy throughout the day.

After browsing the Internet, workers will also experience less boredom and mental exhaustion than if they received no break or had a break without the Internet. The makers of this infographic also believe that employees should be allowed a recess time during the day. This would involve letting workers go outside to play for a few minutes to refresh their brains. Managers of any business should pay attention to these facts if they want their employees to be both happier and more productive.