Joining the office tea round could save £31.8 million
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...to the facilities, culture and routine of their working day.
The traditional tea-break transcends all trades and professions, with the most frequent drinkers working in transport related roles, such as couriers and taxi drivers. Retail professionals came second, followed by some of the more stereotypical tea drinking trades such as construction and manufacturing.
Anthony Ainsworth continues: “We understand the pressures of the workplace but by encouraging more people to participate in joint rounds with colleagues we hope to show one way that SME workers can help drive efficiency and cost savings in a simple and enjoyable way.”
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