Hangovers could be real headache for UK productivity

Armstrong, Melanie
December 2005
Management Services;Winter2005, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p3
The article reflects on the industrial and economic productivity levels of Great Britain in 2005. The author mentions the existence of twenty four-hour drinking establishments in the country. She then discusses the results of a survey indicating that longer drinking hours will affect the performance in the workplace. The author also mentions that the nation's productivity level is below the average level required by the European Union. A number of employers also admit that they are facing problems concerning the recruitment of employees.


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