Cyber-loafing is surfing the web when you're at work and supposed to be working. In a recent survey in Singapore, the most common activities done were personal emailing, instant messaging, and visiting websites that are non-work related. Most employers worry that a lot of man-hours are lost resulting in a decrease in productivity, all because of cyber-loafing. But in the survey done, most males claim that cyber-loafing actually helps to motivate them to work. Some also claim that it also helps them deal with issues at work. This could be because it provides an avenue of escape from work-related stress. Women that were surveyed, however, feel that cyber-loafing distracts them from work and are more likely to do less work. How about you? What's your take on this?