Oh yeah, and I love those mad birds. I go for three stars. Perfection for nothing. lol
Not sure how true this article is, But im sure most employees with higher paying salaries are more demanding leaving less time to play with upset birds all day. But if the birds are the center of attention. use Mobile Spy and Sniper Spy to track their productivity. This will help narrow down the numbers.
Angry birds rocks! I never play it at work.
Angry Birds isnt even very fun to play.... I just dont understand how people get "addicted" to such a shoddy game.
Fools and foolishness.
Just another gimmick.
I'm an addict.
Start paying these employees on a piece-work basis and Angry Bird with be flown the coop.
How does Angry Birds "require participation from multiple players"? I play it by myself.
So the calculation assumes that all playing took place during work hours? Did no one catch that? And not just during work hours, but during a time when a boss was paying for an employee to do something else?Hey, it's called "free time." Google it. Not everyone works for someone else, and surprisingly few people work 24 hours a day. Some people work on commission. Some people have specific goals at work and if those goals are met, how they spend their time is their own business. It's not valid to assume that every hour spent doing something comes out of the employers' paychecks. By that calculation, sleeping costs employers umpteen kadrillion dollars per year!