Playing Games at Work Increases Productivity?

A survey commissioned by WorldWinner, a provider of online games, has unsurprisingly revealed that playing causal games at work can increase productivity. There's no doubt that everyone needs a break at work, but whether this calls for gaming stations to be implemented at workplaces across the country is another matter... Does your employer let you sneak in the odd game at work?

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laryforlife3712d ago

Yeah i doubt it, looks like an excuse for playing games at work! yeah im all for it!

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True for the company where I worked 3 yrs ago. We used to play games whenever there isn't much work to do. And then we'd work full speed and efficiency just to have more time to play again.

texism3712d ago

Well duh of course it does. It relaxes the brain. Also, if you knew that when you do a great job you'd have more time to play then you would. As long as it doesn't get to a point where it integers with work.

Bullseye3712d ago

An online game provider, no impartiality there :)

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Yeah ultim8p00, there are people who let it interfere with their work, who are irresponsible and would play games all day behind their boss back. Fortunately these people are easy to spot since they don't get their job done. So games help both ways, making good workers more productive and to identify bad workers :D

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