Procrastination is defined as a postponement of activities, where we avoid the execution of tasks and accepting responsibility, although it would be ideal if we finished the task at the present time. In the workplace, procrastination can be understood as sub-optimal behavior, which increases the costs of business, as it reduces individual and organizational productivity. Procrastination thus covers more than a quarter of all working hours. In this study, we were interested in factors that influence workplace procrastination. More specifically, we studied the link of procrastination and personality traits, social support and demographics. 234 participants completed the survey and filled out the Procrastination at work scale, the Big Five Questionnaire and eight items of the Job Demands and Resources scale. The results showed that there is an important link between procrastination and demographic factors and also personality traits. More precisely, the procrastination occurs more frequently in male individuals, elderly people and people with higher educational attainment. In addition, in the field of personality, it has been shown that procrastination is most strongly associated with conscientiousness, acceptance and also with neuroticism and extraversion. In the field of social support, we have not found important links with procrastination. The main finding of the research is that the delay in the organizational context is largely influenced by personality traits which are more difficult to change. However, with this knowledge, we can nevertheless be aware of the occurrence of procrastination and its impact on employees, as this can also help to reduce it.