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Clarizen Survey Says Employees in the UK Spend Up To 30 Percent of Their Working Week on Status Meetings 65 Per Cent of UK Employees Who Participate in Conference Calls “Put the Me in Meetings”, Eating, Emailing and Multitasking During Calls

LONDON – 9 February 2016 – Clarizen, a global leader in collaborative work management software, today announced survey results that show UK workers spend as much as 30 per cent of their working week (assuming a 40 hour week) preparing for and attending status meetings – on average 11.5 hours per week. Preparing for these meetings often takes as long as the meetings themselves. Sixty-five per cent of UK workers who participate in conference calls report that they multitask during these calls. Additionally, 90 per cent of those who work with teams in multiple locations report being frustrated, most often by communication issues such as keeping everyone in the loop (20%) and communicating with the team (15%). The latest Clarizen...

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