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New Microsoft research shows our brains need breaks from meetings – Windows Central

Research by Microsoft confirms that gauntlets of one of the most pedestrian work functions, meetings, can fry people’s brains. Who would’ve thought?

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Microsoft has amassed quite the collection of research on how day-to-day work is changing amidst our brave new pandemic world. And in the company’s latest addition to that collection, they’ve now published a study showing the results of what happens when you subject someone’s brain to two hours of meetings without breaks. Spoiler alert: The results ain’t pretty.
As a direct tie-in to Outlook’s new feature that allows for the customization of organization-wide scheduling defaults to include time…

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