His "lunch break
" was taken in the place he was working and consisted of jam, cheese or if he was lucky, some kind of meat sandwiches washed down with a bottle of water.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange is considering extending its trading hours by eliminating its 90-minute lunch break
in a bid to attract investors, sources familiar with the matter said Thursday.
SEVEN in 10 workers are too busy to take a lunch break
, research revealed yesterday.
Wendy regularly stays late or delays her lunch break
to ensure that visitors don't feel rushed and that they always have someone on hand who can answer questions.
EVERY day at 2pm Anna Addison gets up from her desk, sets her phone to voicemail and escapes her office for a lunch break
FRESH evidence about the UK's long hours culture was revealed in a new study showing that many people work through their lunch break
, often because their boss asked them to.
Employment experts are warning employers they are legally responsible to protect staff from burn-out following research that showed that the average worker's lunch break
is just 19 minutes.
The average lunch break
has fallen from 36 minutes in 2000 to the present 27 - a record low.
The alert was raised after one pupil took the tablets to school from home and shared them with a group of five of his friends in the lunch break
The queue, as usual, reached the door, so I went to the inquiry desk, it being my lunch break
There's a lunch break
- nothing like fratricide to work up an appetite - followed by "Partial mounting of the mythical leitmotif," with a unison hooting of all the assembled orchestras and brass bands.
One in three workers do not take a lunch break
at work, saying they have too much to do and cannot afford to take time out, according to the research.