PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Shoppers in many states will line up for deals hours after Thanksgiving dinner, but stores in a handful are barred by law from opening on the holiday.
If you were thinking about doing your Cyber Monday shopping at work, you may want to make other plans.
A new survey by Robert Half Technology shows employers are cracking down on people shopping on the job this holiday season.
The IT employment agency surveyed more than 1,400 executives from companies all over the United States. More than half said they planned to block access to shopping sites.
About a quarter of executives said they would allow access, but would be on the lookout for excessive use.
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