In a campaign fronted by Love Actually and music star Martine McCutcheon, the branded content highlights the growing disappearance of short tea and biscuit breaks vital to workers’ wellbeing
Workers told a survey commissioned by the biscuit maker that breaks were being eaten into by heavy workloads, bursting email inboxes and too many meetings. That’s in spite of 93% of workers saying breaks are important and over 40% saying they felt more energised and motivated afterwards.
The campaign across print and digital aims to improve workplace wellbeing during the working day, with offices in with a chance to win a place on McCutcheon’s tour across the UK with the McVitie’s tea trolley.
Read more from The Sun’s brand partnership with McVitie’s here.