A third of office workers admit to finding away days 'boring'

More than a third (35%) of office workers in the UK have admitted they find work away days 'boring', a new study has revealed.

Office workers keen to try exciting activities, such as skydiving
Office workers keen to try exciting activities, such as skydiving

According to the British Heart Foundation poll, which surveyed 2,000 office workers, 12% of employees said they found away days stressful, because it’s a day out of work.

While 42% of respondents said they thought doing something ‘unusual’ would make a good company away day, more than 40% said they would like to do something exciting, such as skydiving. 

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