Here’s what people really do during conference calls

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Conference calls may be more appropriately named “multitasking moments.”

A survey by InterCall, a company that makes services for conference calls, found what people are really up to during those meetings.

Sixty-five percent do other work, 47 percent use the restroom, 43 percent check social media and 25 percent play video games, WSJ.com reported.

More than a quarter of respondents also admitted to falling asleep during the call.

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