You know those emails you receive from your feline-obsessed coworker with pictures of his or her cat wearing tiny snowflake sweaters? Yeah, those aren’t just creepy—they’re costing your employer a fortune.
According to a new infographic
, businesses lose $650 billon a year due to unnecessary emails, with the average worker costing his or her employer an annual $10,000 because of distractions such as emailing.
So, cat ladies and gentlemen, do yourself a favor and pay close attention to this flowchart. It might save your job.
[See also: 6 email mistakes you should never make