According to Inc, the average office worker is only productive for two hours and 53 minutes in a typical eight-hour work day. That means that over five hours are spent on non-work related tasks. And why shouldn’t they be? The average workday is filled with interruptions from other coworkers, inefficient meetings, delays in responses from remote team members, and unexpected tasks that distract you from more important projects. Below are three tools you can use to get some of the distractions out of the way so more of your day can be spent on your job and less can be spent waiting for things to happen.
If you’re constantly falling behind on the administrative tasks of your job, it may be time to find a virtual assistant. Virtual assistants do part-t