One in five (or 19 per cent) of the participants said they were most productive in the morning, between 8am and 11am. On the other hand, just 2 per cent preferred the arvo time slot (4pm-6pm.)
Evidently, there are also certain the participants we’re least likely to be productive:
While almost a third (31%) said they felt the same every single day, the top three most productive days, were Tuesday (24%), Monday (16%) AND Wednesday (15%). Translation: the end of the week is a total write off for most.
“Whilst overall productivity levels for UK office workers will inevitably vary from day to day it is interesting to see the average optimum times for productivity, particularly in terms of time and a specific day,” Cal Lee, global head of Workthere said of the findings.
“It’s important to remember that each person works differently, and while some may prefer to work a 9-5, others like to work around their lives and schedule.”