Fooda, an office lunch service company, surveyed 500 people to find out how Americans are spending their lunch breaks.
Plus two other reasons you should step away from the computer.
"Their mouths say, 'Nice to see you!' but their eyes say, 'Burn in hell!'"
Lunch just got a whole lot better.
Desk salad doesn't have to be sad salad.
"We found that a critical element was having the freedom to choose whether to [work through lunch] or not," study co-author
Skarlicki's paper explains that "violations of dignity and respect" may actually trigger a human alarm system meant to warn
I didn't go to my deli with an agenda. There was no "Come on, Fradkin, you can do this" moment. I went because, like many New Yorkers, I have a job for which a lunch hour is nonexistent.