London: Fancy a smoke? It might be putting off your colleagues. More than half of the workers resent colleagues who take smoking breaks and think the time should come out of their salaries, a new UK survey has found.
A total of 58 per cent workers get angry over "unfair" breaks while just one in four (26 per cent) think smokers should be paid the same, a survey by a UK-based consumer website found. However, 16 per cent said they should only be paid less if taking more breaks lowered their productivity, the Daily Express reported.
03:29 PM, Oct 23, 2012