If a company has free time to give to you then they don't sound very efficient. I remember back in high school when I worked in a restaurant as a dishwasher. The dishes were all clean and some of us were talking. The boss came in and said a line I'll never forget: "If you have time to lean...you have time to clean." and then put us to work. I can see sales being different when a crew is there waiting for the crowds to show up but at most places of employment the powers that be would rather see you working than not. The slackers tend to be the first to go or get passed by for promotions.
to answer the op's question: I'd say doing non-work activities at work is generally a bad idea. You feeling guilty or not doesn't come into play as that's something you get to deal with, not for us to judge you on.
I also don't think I'd go posting on the internet that I wasn't working at work, and naming the company I work at either...if I was in that situation. Those are the tidbits you read about on Digg :)
That's pretty brutal. I'm glad I don't work for you.
Is this why I have to wait 45 minutes in a stupid line every time I go there? »:() lol j/k (well not really :()
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