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I do! I would go INSANE on slow days if I couldn't surf the web at work. There is a block on some sites (such as Facebook, eBay, Hulu, etc). The only thing is that last week I started to be unable to connect to JM at work. I think it has something to do with the recent server change or something. It's kind of a bummer .
Yes. At home I do have two systems set up - my work computer and my own desktop computer, so I can switch to dual screen mode or just have my personal stuff up on one system. However, I do take my work computer downstairs and inevitably the personal sites come up.
Sometimes i will check my e-mail or read some news articles. I usually use my phone if I'm doing personal things on the internet during work hours so they can't track what I'm doing. I don't think they are too strict about it if your work is getting done and you're clocking out on time, but I'm paranoid!
Mommy to two sweet girls: Emma Marie (December 9, 2008) and Hadley Annabelle (November 29, 2011)
Of course! People who work 8hrs + a day are going to use work computers for some personal online stuff. There is no way we won't and most companies understand that. I think it really only becomes a problem when the quality of work begins to suffer or the amount of time online is extravagent.
same here, we are just told to stay away from social and dating sites. We are pretty liberal and since everybody appreciates the freedom and does not abuse it, we have not had any of the policies become any stricter.