According to a study conducted by LondonlovesJobs, one in ten workers has failed to take any of their holiday entitlement this year.
The tough economic climate has been blamed for being a main reason why London managers are choosing to stay in the office instead of enjoying some time off.
Furthermore, 20 per cent of those surveyed admitted to only using half of their annual holiday, while 70 per cent are set to fail to use even a quarter of their annual allowance.
Katie Leaver, editor of LondonlovesJobss, noted: "Unfortunately this is a sad reflection on the pressures faced by private sector workers in today's economic climate."
Recently though, the Office for National Statistics published data which reveals that the average working week for a UK employee is now 36.3 hours – down significantly from the 38.1 hours clocked in 1992.
For Sales Managers Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment provide all of the latest news in the UK sales industry to help you keep your team in touch with changing trends and developments. For sales manager jobs and unique sales recruitment services, backed by a 52 week rebate scheme, visit www.aaronwallis.co.uk
Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Director News