- 82% of construction workers say regular ‘tea breaks’ aids productivity
- The optimum time for ‘tea break’ is 6 minutes
- Builders believe you should have 5 ‘tea breaks’ on average per day
BRITISH BUILDERS rack up 130 hours per year making tea and other hot drinks, according to new research.
A survey of UK workers in the construction industry carried out by leading household appliances retailer, AppliancesDirect.co.uk, revealed builders spend on average 130 hours annually taking tea breaks, 20.34 hours more than the average British worker who spend 109.66 hours annually making tea.