The lunch break is the traditional time for employees to unwind. Employees are encouraged to spend some time away from their desks to eat, socialise with colleagues or sneak in a little wellbeing practice to refresh themselves, ready for the afternoon ahead.
However, it seems that many workers just aren’t feeling the benefits – with 24% willing to swap breaks for higher pay, and 40% wishing they could have reduced working hours so that they could come into work late or leave early, according to research from Glassdoor.
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