The lunchtime offences that bug your colleagues

The lunchtime offences that bug your colleagues

Whilst it’s up to individuals how they spend their lunchtime, in a confined office space it can hard to avoid that one colleague that always heats up their fishy lunch - or worse, comes back to the office with booze breath.

Nearly half of UK professionals (46.2%) believe that there are lunchtime faux pas that should be avoided at work, with 58.8% saying that words should be had with repeating offenders failing to abide to lunch break etiquette, research from CV-Library found.

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