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Employers are not going to like this: 75% of employees admit they are doing other things during remote meetings, 39% of whom say they are browsing social media.

Other distractions included reading the news (39%) and reading books (39%), according to the resume services website, which this month released the results of its survey of 1,000 employees on their feelings about workplace meetings.

Distractions aside, 61% said they believe workplace meetings still benefit them and 70% think that online meetings are a great opportunity to see and talk with people when working remotely, with 39% saying they keep their cameras on.

Overall, the survey found that half of the respondents prefer attending in-person meetings, while 31% confess that they find online meetings more stressful.