Tea Rounds in Office may Soon be History

by Himabindu Venkatakrishnan on  March 25, 2014 at 11:50 AM Corporate News
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A new survey suggests that the traditional tea round in office is in danger of becoming a thing of the past as offices are becoming busier than ever.

Although office workers drink about five cups of tea or coffee a day, they tend to drink it alone, Daily Express reported.
 Tea Rounds in Office may Soon be History
Tea Rounds in Office may Soon be History

Office managers are the worst offenders, with nearly half of staff saying their boss never makes them a cup of coffee.

But 33 per cent office workers are just as bad, and prefer to make tea for just themselves, many resort to sneaky tactics to get out of making a round, like making bad tea or coffee - so that they are never asked again.

The Royal Voluntary Service polled 2,000 adults to come to the conclusion.

Source: ANI

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