Is this sentence correct:

"I've been at the counters of some public places and seen that employees engaged in social media."


Try: I've often not been attended to in shops, government departments, banks, etc. because the workers there were busy on Facebook and the like.


The parts in bold are unclear. What do you mean by them?

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By this, I mean that sometimes I've been, for instance, at public departments, shops, etc, and I wasn't immediately attended to because the clerks/employees were more focused on Facebook, or other social media websites.

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