KUALA LUMPUR, 17 April 2014 – Did you know that 9% of Malaysian professionals confess that they would work one to three hours a day on their holidays? Bringing their office workload home with them is not the only fact illustrating the work-centric life of many Malaysians. About one third of working Malaysians are clocking in more hours than their required office time, spending over 11 hours in the office daily to meet deadlines and work expectations.
The habit of blurring the lines between work and personal life is known to have negative effects as the long hours is often damaging to both the workers’ health and their overall productivity at work. Seeing this, Kit Kat is launching a Big Break Drive to advocate Malaysians to take breaks for long-term benefits.
Kit Kat Chunky’s Big Break Drive aims to remind Malaysians of the importance of having breaks in between working hours for its long-term health benefits and to improve work productivity. To illustrate this point, please find attached an infographic from Kit Kat Chunky that highlights Malaysians’ working habits.
For more information on Kit Kat Chunky’s Big Break Drive, please visit:https://www.facebook.com/KitKatMalaysia
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