There’s no neaed to rebrand “lunch.” Just take it—even if you’re stuck at home. Here’s why.
The British food delivery and takeout service Just Eat made headlines last month by tweeting about a new employee initiative for remote workers called the “power hour.” The plan: encourage one hour for guilt-free time in the middle of the day to eat, spend time with the family, go for a walk, or just breathe. Not surprisingly, the move was heavily criticized as simply being a lunch hour, repackaged as a trendy concept.
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