One third of UK employees admit to never leaving their work station after they arrive in the morning, a new report from totaljobs has found.
After surveying 7,135 workers, the study found that over half do not take a lunch break, even though many of them feel encouraged to do so. So, what is instilling this worrying practice in UK offices? 68% of those surveyed claimed that they simply don’t have enough time to take a lunch break, with 56% admitting that they never take time out to eat away from their desks.
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