For Gen Z workers, lunch break hesitancy is the most prevalent, due to overworking, “lunchflation,” and poor examples from higher ups in their company. According to a report, higher-ups may be setting a poor example for their employees when it comes to lunch habits. Fifty-six percent of director-level employees and 51% of VPs (and above) work at their desks while eating lunch at least 3 times per week. And younger employees are feeling the pressure to do the same. Not taking a lunch break could be affecting your performance at work.
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