Meaning of cyberslacker in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsʌɪbəslakə/


  • A person who uses their employer's internet and email facilities for personal activities during working hours.

    • ‘Two-thirds of employees in the US are cyberslackers using the Internet for their own personal interests instead of work.’
    • ‘Colin Barrow, head of the Enterprise Group at Cranfield University School of Management, said: ‘Although prosecutions and disciplinary cases may be rare, the new breed of cyberslacker is an expensive animal.’’
    loafer, layabout, good-for-nothing, ne'er-do-well, do-nothing, lounger, shirker, sluggard, slugabed, slug, laggard, malingerer