Screen Education's past research has found that smartphone addiction is corroding the environments of two important realms of our lives: school and work.
We wondered whether workplace managers were sufficiently frustrated by the corrosive impact their employees' excessive smartphone use that they felt that we need to address smartphone addiction while people are young, and whether we should use bold, broad-based solutions to the problem.
In order to find out we partnered with InnovateMR
and statistician Glenn Stark to conduct a national survey workplace managers.
In addition to examining managers' views on broad solutions to smartphone addiction, we also explored how widespread smartphone addiction is our workplaces, the consequences of smartphone addiction, how frustrated employees are by their smartphone addiction, and the extent to which managers want to address their employees' smartphone addiction.
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