Infographic: Hidden Costs of Interruption

Interruptions are the most common reasons for low productivity and it is very hard to avoid them. 

Interruptions can be damaging to your productivity. They contribute to errors and create quality problems. As well as can cause distress—irritability, worry, and the added pressure of having less time to do what has to be done.


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