2:55 p.m is found to be the least productive time of the day.
The poll of 400 workers, conducted by British office brokerage londonservices.com, also found that 10:26 a.m. and 4:18 p.m. are the most-productive times of day for office workers, according to Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail.
AdvertisementMichael Davies of londonoffices.com offers one perennial suggestion on how to overcome the 2:55 hump.
He recommends people to take a few five-minute 'mini-breaks' throughout the day, which could include popping to the water fountain, grabbing a cup of tea or even a quick walk round the office.
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