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Studies backing micro-breaks

The Journal of Applied Psychology and a research from North Carolina State Univeristy showed that workers who take micro-breaks actually lead to higher work engagement.

Employees who are fatigued but take micro-breaks frequently helped maintain their energy levels when taken at the right time.

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