A leading public Chief Executive has slammed work meetings, saying they “haemorrhage productivity” with a leading media commentator labelling them the “cocaine rush of the corporation”.
With a recent Red Letter Day research finding that, in the UK, over 400million work days a year are lost to pointless tasks – with employees noting that at least 50% of time wasted is on “too many meetings that go on too long” – there are serious concerns over the utility of in-office meetups.
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