Roger Harrop, a business expert and international motivational speaker, made the comments after a new survey found that more than two million UK employees now exercise during their dinner hour in order to stay fit.
Mr Harrop explained that it is good for the productivity of the business if people in sales jobs and other roles get some fresh air and get their endorphins moving through exercise.
He suggested: "This would include cycling to work and back, doing some exercise in your lunch break and also sports activities - there is quite a lot of companies that have their own five-a-side football team or whatever it might be."
The expert noted that a specific lunch break at a specific period of time is not particularly important, with the main thing being the exercise- whether this means coming into work or doing some exercise afterwards.
"All of that has to be really good for business productivity," Mr Harrop concluded.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Executive News