Mobile Phones Usage and Employees’ Performance: A Perspective from Pakistan

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Rabia Sarwar Wahla; Abdul Ghafoor Awan;
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences,volume 4,issue 4 October,pages153-165
  • Subject: Performance, employees, Pakistan

The mobile phone usage by the workers at work place may be considered by some people as a disruption from work which may negatively affect productivity. Some also may be of the view that it will improve communication and as such impact productivity positively. The purpo... View more
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