Driving up performance with tea breaks

Time for tea – and better performance

Allowing staff to go on tea breaks together rather than as individuals is just one of the ways an organisation can improve the workplace and drive better performance, according to Bruce Daisley, vice president, EMEA, Twitter. 

In his keynote address to TREC 2019 (Talent, Recruitment & Employment Conference), Daisley referred to a call centre, where allowing...

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