Then, in such case,set priorities to hire candidate from nearby areas/ selected areas or can check out with the candidates whether are they comfortable with the working hours of the organization. Coz some candidates say yes at the time of interview & some really join the company but wont be able to commit association with the company or work for a longer period. So, i would suggest on this that kindly check and hire candidates staying nearby or localites as their are companies putting such things at priority level before hiring.

From India, Kalyan
Despite stipulated tea-breaks one can see employees go to rest-room for bio-breaks. In many organisations, coffee/tea vending machines are placed. What the Management ultimately expects from employees is that they should complete the assigned tasks and not to waste company's precious resources. If there is self-discipline in each employee, such breaks are not at all essential. But, in companies where such facilities like vending machines do not exist, better to give 15 to 20 minutes once in morning and again in the evening. Similarly 30 to 40 minutes for lunch break is ok, in general . In factories, some times there will be staggered breaks to avoid too many employees crowding the canteen, causing problems in availability of plates, tumblers, spoons etc. In factories, canteen may be located a bit away and hence employees have to walk to and fro, wait in queue and finish their food. So, before deciding on the breaks and seeking advice from us (since our opinion will be general in nature due to lack of sufficient inputs on the nature of business ), the person who has posted this query should take a pragmatic and practical decision, based on the factors indicated by me above.

Best wishes.

From India

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