Employers beware: Staff cheating on their spouses isn't just a private matter. It's likely hurting your bottom line as well, a new survey has found.
Cheating hearts devote a significant number of work hours to looking for love in the wrong places – on average around 1.17 hours a day – and it may be costing employers around $17 million a day, according to infidelity website Victoria Milan's survey of its 4,000 members.
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Around 68 percent of the participants said they interact online with their affair during work hours, using their computer or smartphone, while 25 percent made time at home, it said.