Kindly help, I am looking for specific word for using too much facebook/twitter/linkedin etc while working.
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A single word is "goldbricking" which has a rich history (per WorldWideWords.org), beginning as a specific event where someone was swindled using a brick that was supposed to be gold but was mostly not...to it's current meaning which is to "goof off", or in other words, someone who is not doing their job.
Someone who isn't putting in 100% effort could be said to be slacking:
work slowly or lazily.
If a person is using social networking sites during work, it could be an addiction, although most times, the site is a distraction.