The Top Cyberloafing Activities of a Distracted Office Worker

March Madness, social media and online shopping are all too tempting.

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3. Stay flexible. Regularly update your company's list of banned or blocked sites, and welcome feedback from employees on what sites should and shouldn't be allowed.

4. Have perspective. A good manager is more focused on results than process. It's OK to cut some slack for your employees, particularly if the quality of their work isn't diminished. "You have employees doing work in off hours, so you have to expect that they're going to not be doing work during on hours," Lavinsky says.