Taking “microbreaks” to check Facebook or play Angry Birds seemed to make workers happier and refreshed in a study, says a Kansas State University research scientist.
Taking “microbreaks” to check Facebook or play Angry Birds seemed to make workers happier and refreshed in a study, says a Kansas State University research scientist. McClatchy-Tribune
Taking “microbreaks” to check Facebook or play Angry Birds seemed to make workers happier and refreshed in a study, says a Kansas State University research scientist. McClatchy-Tribune

Smartphone ‘microbreaks’ may help productivity, K-State researcher says

July 08, 2014 08:44 AM

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