Meetings take up a significant amount of time each week; those quick 20-minute catch-ups and town halls may only seem like a small portion of working life, however, according to the latest data from Clearitwaste, the average worker spends a grand total of 662 days, or close to two whole years in meetings over the course of their lifetime.
This statistic may seem shocking, however, seperate data from Bayfields suggests that Brits have been struggling with the volume of meetings for some time now.
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