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Mondays Are Fun Days

British workers do like Mondays, with few people dreading turning up at the office after a weekend break.

Two out of three actually feel positive about the start of the week, a survey of 1,000 workers by HR consultancy Chiumento has showed.

Only one in 20 admitted feeling nervous on a Sunday evening about the prospect of a new working week.

Workers in smaller organisations are less likely to get the Monday blues than those in larger firms, the study showed.

The longer workers remain with the same employer, the more likely they are not to enjoy going to the office on a Monday.

Chief executive Sarah Chiumento said: "Although employees seem to be generally positive about Monday starts, employee engagement, or lack of it, is still an issue for many organisations."

Another report suggests workers think up their best ideas of the day at 10.30am.

A survey of more than 1,000 workers found that mid-morning was the optimum time for creativity.

One in five of those polled by economic development agency Cornwall Enterprise said their best ideas came between 9am and noon.

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Mondays Are Fun Days

British workers do like Mondays, with few people dreading turning up at the office after a weekend break.

Two out of three actually feel positive about the start of the week, a survey of 1,000 workers by HR consultancy Chiumento has showed.

Only one in 20 admitted feeling nervous on a Sunday evening about the prospect of a new working week.

Workers in smaller organisations are less likely to get the Monday blues than those in larger firms, the study showed.

The longer workers remain with the same employer, the more likely they are not to enjoy going to the office on a Monday.

Chief executive Sarah Chiumento said: "Although employees seem to be generally positive about Monday starts, employee engagement, or lack of it, is still an issue for many organisations."

Another report suggests workers think up their best ideas of the day at 10.30am.

A survey of more than 1,000 workers found that mid-morning was the optimum time for creativity.

One in five of those polled by economic development agency Cornwall Enterprise said their best ideas came between 9am and noon.

Of course Mondays are fun, (and the other six arn't too bad either) when you've retired. The powers gone off, computers still ok being a laptop, the beer's still cold and it's 25c in the sun on a lounger. What more could anyone want?

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