Before Anna became self-employed, she worked in an office where there was a culture of staying late and working through lunch breaks
Only 29% of respondents said they always leave the office for their lunch breaks
If the trend continues at the same rate lunch breaks
could be reduced to less than five minutes by 2007.
Wellington, May 11 (ANI): Seventy percent Kiwis say that their most memorable lunch breaks
involved sex, apart from reading, doing a crossword, going to the gym, surfing the Internet, visiting social networking sites, running personal errands and shopping, a survey found.
We know taking a lunch break
is good for us and yet we don't do it.
"The boy was on his lunch break
. He was approached by an unknown male from behind who put something similar to a cigarette lighter against his face and burnt it."
BRITAIN'S long-hours culture has killed lunch breaks
, with almost nine out of 10 workers never having a full hour away from their desk, according to new research.
Britain's current work climate is to blame for the parlous state of the British lunch break
, says Dr Ashton.
Company bosses are being encouraged to let their staff have a nap in their lunch break
as part of National Siesta Day.
Russell Lawson, of the Federation of Small Businesses Wales, counts himself among those who don't take enough of a lunch break
But rain arrived during the lunch break
and continued unabated through to 4.45pm when match umpires Vanburn Holder and George Sharp had little option but to abandon the game as a draw with Warwickshire still 175 in arrears.
People will be urged to work their set hours, take a lunch break
and go home on time.