Dr Employer | Dry January: Does sobriety equal better productivity?

Dry January: Does sobriety equal better productivity?

Each time January navigates back around, many Brits begin their pledges to give up alcohol, sign up to the gym, participate in ‘Veganuary’ or revitalise the dire state of their dating profile in the hope of a more prosperous forthcoming year. But with it being mid-way through January, it is quite possible that many have given in to temptation already.

While all of these temporary pledges may have a noticeable impact on an individual’s life, it seems that there is one resolution that employers will be more inclined to lean towards. And, that is employees reducing their alcohol intake by participating in Dry January.

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