Why employers should encourage staff to take tea breaks

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Why employers should encourage staff to take tea breaks

Have you got time for a tea break? 

Apparently not taking one could damage your productivity and well being.

Yet only a third of Londoner's say they take a proper tea break. 

To talk more about the benefits and the politics of grabbing a quick brew is Psychologist Honey Langcaster-James.

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