Britain’s office workers are disengaged, finds neuroscience study

Office workers are being overwhelmed by distractions due mainly to a lack of understanding of how to manage attention in the workplace, according to research by Steelcase UK. The study integrates discoveries from neuroscience experts with the Steelcase’s own ongoing investigations into workers’ behaviours and the changing nature of work. The research findings have major significance for UK businesses.  More News Docebo introduces social and informal learning modules at Dubai event Shell Eco-marathon: Inspiring tomorrow’s scientists and engineers L&D teams failing to improve business productivity, according to 2015 Towards Maturity Benchmark study  New technical and professional education reforms will address skills shortage Bostjan Ljubic, vice president of Steelcase UK and Ireland, said: “The average worker is interrupted or distracted every three minutes and it takes them 23 minutes to return to a task after…


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