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"While the problem and its various causes are widespread, the good news is a combination of productivity improvements, tools and increased employee engagement can help." Among the 49% of Canadian workers who say they are only somewhat productive, not very productive or not at all productive (collectively, "less productive Canadian workers"), the leading causes they cite are: Distraction Deluge Distraction is the leading cause of workplace productivity deficit, cited by a broad and diverse cross-section of 43% of less productive Canadian workers. The data reveals a significant gap between those aged 18-25 and those aged 55-64 (49% vs. 36%). Regionally, Ontarians are the most distracted group among less productive workers (53% vs. the national average of 43%). "Distraction can be rooted in a wide variety of causes, from poor office design to overly ambitious multi-tasking to the pervasive presence of social media," says Wong. "Every situation is different, but employers should look first at the things they can control, such as noisy or crowded workspaces and then at what their employees can control. Helping employees manage distractions comes down to a combination of workload management and helping them find tools that can minimize distractions," Wong added. Process Paralysis Among less productive Canadian workers, 35% complain of Process Paralysis, which includes barriers such as cumbersome workflows, bureaucratic red tape and organizational bottlenecks. Interestingly, this problem is cited almost equally by Canadians of every working age, region, gender and level of education.
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