Whether you’re scheduling a doctor’s appointment, paying a bill online or chatting with a customer service rep, it’s never been easier – or more tempting – to take care of personal business at work. Even though most of these personal tasks don’t take up a lot of time, it’s important to remember that company time is company money. In other words, it’s not just good form to do personal tasks efficiently – it can literally impact your company’s bottom line.

In our third installment of “Financial Etiquette: Workplace Edition,” LinkedIn’s career expert Nicole Williams talks about how to make sure your personal work doesn’t interfere with work work.

How do you balance life and work…at work? What’s one strategy you use to get personal tasks done more efficiently?