Study: If you use Internet Explorer, you just might be a bad employee
from By Cait Harrison
What defines a great employee? Persistence, attention to detail, a drive to succeed? The list could go on, but here's a new addition you likely won't find on a resume —choice of Internet browser. A recent study by software company Cornerstone OnDemand found that employees who use Firefox or Chrome are more likely to be doing better on the job than those who use the computer's default browser. Michael Housman, Cornerstone's chief analytics officer, said while he doesn't know exactly what's driving the phenomenon, he does have a theory.
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