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Work & Stress
Non-work social media use at work has seen a dramatic increase in the last decade and is commonly deemed counterproductive work behavior. However, we examined whether it may also serve as a micro-break and improve work engagement. We used ecological momentary assessment across one working day with up to ten hourly measurements in 334 white-collar workers to measure non-work social media use and work engagement, resulting in 2,235 hourly measurements. Multilevel modeling demonstrated thatdoi:10.1080/02678373.2017.1367736 fatcat:lvafo2cteffgvchuzwqdd67w74