Socializing during lunch can be draining, research finds

10/9/2013 |

Working through lunch might not be as bad for you as originally believed, suggests research from the University of Toronto. By choosing not to take a break you can exercise your autonomy and avoid having to socialize with colleagues, which can drain your energy.

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