Dry January | Does sobriety result in better productivity?

Does sobriety result in better productivity?

Each time January comes back around, many Brits pledge to give up alcohol during ‘Dry January’, go to the gym or participate in activities such as ‘Veganuary’ as a form of 'health kick'. Yet, for the easily tempted, they aren’t able to make it past the first week of the month.

While these pledges may have a noticeable impact on personal happiness and wellbeing, there may be one New Year’s resolution that employers are keen for employees to engage with: Dry January.

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