One in three employees appears in the toilet to get away from colleagues, according to a survey

In the survey of 2,000 office workers, 39 percent said the bathroom was the best place to

In the middle of a break in the office … One in three employees goes to the bathroom to get away from their colleagues, according to a survey

  • In the survey of 2,000 workers, 39% said that the bathroom offered peace and tranquility
  • However, 41 percent of respondents said that toilets in their office were often "a disaster"
  • The survey found that office employees spent an average of 14 minutes a day in the bathroom

Mail on Sunday Reporter

It's that little cubicle of private space that you can escape to when life in the office is too much.

And now, a new survey has revealed that one in three employees shows up in the bathroom, even if they do not need to go, to get away from their colleagues and have a break from work.

In the survey of 2,000 office workers, 39 percent said the bathroom was the best place for "peace and quiet," with an average of about 14 minutes in the bathrooms each day.

Despite this, 41 percent said in the survey conducted by Initial Washroom Hygiene that the toilets in their office were often "a disaster".

In the survey of 2,000 office workers, 39 percent said the bathroom was the best place for "peace and quiet," with an average of about 14 minutes in the bathrooms each day.

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