15 Minutes Lunch time of smiles

Our Happy 15 minutes lunch  session is all you need to help you clear your mind, and take a break you so deserve each of your working day. The benefits of the humble lunch break include – wellbeing, productivity, decreased sickness and absence.



It can be tempting to view lunch breaks as a time to throw down some food before cracking on with work again but a lunch break should really be exactly that – a ‘break’.

Ideally, lunch breaks would be viewed by busy workers as a change to get away from work, refresh their minds, socialise with colleagues, and sit and enjoy a meal. Only by having a proper break from our work, and good, healthy food, can we really have a hope of being productive and fresh throughout the rest of the day. http://fitforwork.org/blog/lunch-break-benefits-wellbeing-and-productivity/

Ipswich Building Society was featured in the BBC report as an example of an organisation that has embraced the notion of actively encouraging employees to take proper lunch breaks. Employees were seen playing tennis on the Wii, going swimming or going for daily walks. The managing director spoke about the positive effects this has had: “We’ve seen […] a significant drop in sickness absence, which is good for the business, a significant reduction in staff turnover, which again saves us a lot of money and customer satisfaction levels are up. So, to me, it’s a win-win for everyone.”

Please contact us now for availability and pricing.
genny @confidentqueen.co.uk


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Holli Nordling
    Dec 28, 2020 @ 05:17:19

    Thanks a lot for sharing this with all of us you actually know what you’re talking about! Bookmarked. Please also visit my website =). We could have a link exchange arrangement between us!


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