Study: If You Use Firefox or Chrome, You're a Better Employee
Mar 19, 2015 14:08
Do you use Chrome or Firefox at work? If you do, there's some good news: you're a pretty good employee. According to research by Cornerstone OnDemand, people who use Firefox or Chrome make better employees.
They gathered this from customers who used its 45-minute online assessment and then found a job. People who completed the online assessment stayed at the job an average of 15 percent longer.
But while data does point towards this sort of trend, it's also probably because Firefox or Chrome is a whole lot faster than IE.
And thankfully, Microsoft is putting IE to rest, so hopefully Project Spartan is going to be better.
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