According to the study, conducted and published by the IT Job Board, the single biggest negative factor on productivity is lack of clarity in instructions for the task in hand, whilst the biggest single motivator for productivity is the "satisfaction of finishing a project," with 85 per cent of workers pointing to this.
Alex Farrell, managing director of the IT Job Board, commented: "Given that 84 per cent of respondents acknowledge that taking a break regularly does make them more productive, it would seem good practice for management to encourage this."
However, he noted that it is clear people in IT sales jobs and other parts of the sector feel that having choice in the workplace is even more importance than regular breaks.
Earlier this month, Maggie Berry, managing director of womenintechnology.co.uk, said that there is a wide range of IT careers available for candidates prepared to look.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Engineer News