What better way to spur the economy than from your own work desk on the first day back from Thanksgiving break?
Employers seem to be OK with it, according to a new poll from Robert Half Technology: The percentage of more than 1,400 employers polled by the staffing company saying they block computer access to online shopping sites plunged to 33 percent, down from 60 percent in 2011.
But most – 55 percent – said they allow access to retail sites but monitor use, up sharply from 23 percent last year.
Now everyone back to work, or shopping, as the case may be.
(T/H to the Virginian-Pilot)