Why Your Employees Are Spending Too Much Time Finding Information

  “If you think about today’s world, we have more choices and more information than was ever imaginable.”
– Sheena Iyengar

According to a recent MFiles report, 46% of employees find it challenging to find the information they are looking for. They often end up looking in the wrong places and asking the wrong people. This explains why an individual spends an average of 9.3 hours per week (1.8 hours every day) searching and collecting information they need. This time can be better utilized for far more important things. 

For example, consider that an employee wants to apply for a reimbursement for a business trip they took recently. In order to gather all the details related to the reimbursement process, they first turn to a colleague before asking the manager and finally ending at the HR desk. Do you see how time-consuming (and often frustrating) this process is? Instead of completing their designated tasks, your employees are now spending more time searching for information at work. 

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