Monday, 9 June 2014

Holiday & Typical Lunch in Sales – Sales Survey 2014

Aaron Wallis has recently undertaken the largest sales survey of its type which explores changing trends within the industry as well as a powerful insight into the minds of sales professionals.

With 62 questions answered by 726 completely anonymous sales professionals we have captured some impressive results helping us promote professional sales, raise awareness and gain a firmer understanding on how to succeed in sales teams.

To receive a full free copy of the 2014 UK Sales Survey please follow this link – 2014 UK Sales Survey Report

  • 52% took their holiday entitlement in 2012 whilst;
  • 48% didn’t and missed out on their full holiday entitlement
Some companies advise their staff to take lunch breaks in order to cool-down and walk away from their work so they can have a clearer and different perspective when they come back to it. Healthy foods are always a benefit to your health and can also make you feel alert. Most understand this; a heavy meal makes you feel tired and often leads to a desire for a snooze – not great for a sales pro which I guess is why the huge carvery is best kept for Sundays!

Sandwiches seem the popular choice for a typical lunch; they are filling but they are also light and small, which would allow the workers the time to quickly eat before returning to their desk.

A great method that is used to effectively relieve stress or conquer depression and anxiety is to perform some physical activity either at home or at the gym; exercising is an effective method which some sales experts practise. It can lift moods, be a great technique for eliminating pressure from a hard day’s work and also be beneficial for keeping healthy.

Written by Liam Oakes
Liam is the Office Manager at Aaron Wallis and has been with the company for 3 years after having a career with the RAF; Liam has helped hundreds of Sales Professionals secure a new Sales role and ensures that Aaron Wallis runs smoothly.

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