The report was based on data from a survey conducted between June 23 and July 1, 2016 of 606 office workers in the United States who work for companies with at least 500 employees. All respondents work on a computer and collaborate with other people on projects.
Some 95% of the workers surveyed say they experience conflict with other teams, up from 81% in Workfront's 2014 survey.
Only 39% of respondents say they spend most of their time at work performing the primary duties of their job, down from 45% in 2014.
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