Sherry Taylor

Q: The Journal of Applied Psychology says that at work the day after this, employees do more internet surfing?
Q: The Journal of Applied Psychology says that at work the day after this, employees do more internet surfing?

A: Time change

40 — How many minutes of shut-eye the average person loses on the first night of daylight saving time, according to a 2012 study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. The result of those missing winks? At work the next day, drowsy employees tend to do more cyberloafing (in other words, visiting gossip sites and watching cat videos). The clock springs forward this year on Sunday March 10, at 2 a.m. Go to bed a little earlier on Sunday night so you’ll be sharp on Monday morning.

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