Which day in December do we all stop working as hard?

Which day in December do we all stop working as hard?

When the Christmas tree comes out of storage, the advent calendars start getting opened and there’s huge swathes of glittery tinsel covering every available surface – it can be a tad difficult to concentrate at work.

And, despite our best intentions, sometimes we switch off. A recent report from employee engagement platform Peakon discovered the exact date on which productivity starts to slump. Peakon assessed the workplace engagement levels of 3,000 British employees, to determine the day in 2016 when the majority of people are likely to ‘click off’ for Christmas.

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