Hygiene | 1 in 3 Brits avoid colleagues due to BO

1 in 3 Brits avoid colleagues due to BO

On a hot summer’s day, it’s excusable for a few people within the office to smell a little of body odour (BO), especially if the office isn’t fitted with air conditioning.

However, if a professional has a serious issue with regular body odour within the workplace, it can be extremely hard to tolerate both from the perspective of the employee themselves, and for those who have to work closely with the individual.

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