The Time You're Most Productive at the Office is...

If you're able to plan out your workload for the day, perhaps it's worth scheduling the tough projects until after you've settled in at your desk.

According to a new survey taken by co-working space company Workthere, employees are most productive in the mid-morning, from 10 to 11 am.

The researchers learned that people felt their highest level of productivity on Tuesdays, coasting downwards throughout the rest of the week. Bosses should just send workers home before their punchout time, with only two percent admitting they get anything done between 4 and 6 pm.

So there you have it...the end of the workday should be 3:59:59pm! Yeah, see how that goes over with the boss...most likely like a lead balloon...or passing gas in church.

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