(CBS) -- We are connected more than ever and, in many ways, technology has made it easier to do our jobs. But smartphones can also keep us from doing our jobs.
In a survey from OfficeTeam, employees admit spending one hour and 36 minutes a day doing personal tasks at work. Almost an hour of that is on a smartphone.
OfficeTeam's Richard Deosingh says millennials are the biggest offenders, racking up 70 minutes a day on the phone.
"They are big on social media and they are always connected so that second nature move of looking at their phone is constant," he says.
Working mom Jodi Kuchinski says she has to use her phone on the job.
"I don't have time to do anything during the week because I'm at work. I leave my house at 7 in the morning and I don't get home until almost 7 o'clock. So I have to do my personal things at work," she says.
Some businesses block social media and shopping websites on company computers. Half of the employees surveyed said they use their phones to access those blocked sites.