A quick guide to office etiquette

As research tells us that more and more employees are dining ‘al desko’, Sarah Taaffe-Maguire investigates some of the ways in which workplace rules are changing

20th January, 2019

Long gone are the days when the lunch hour was held to be sacrosanct. These days, eating at one’s desk has become a fact of life for the modern employee. In many offices, al desko dining is the sign of an employee who puts work first and is committed to the extent they’ve no time for human frailties like the need for sunlight or interesting food options.

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