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Newsroom Regus Umbrella

Regus Umbrella
Dublin,
25
November
2014
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Irish professionals are more likely to divulge information about their private lives – in particular about their health – to their colleagues than the average global office worker, according to a new survey by flexible workspace provider Regus.

Over half of Irish workers report that they are willing to share anecdotes about their partner, compared to just 38% of Americans and a quarter of French and Germans. Health appears to be a popular topic of office conversation (54%), in stark contrast to American and British offices (20% and 27% respectively).

Over four fifths of the sociable Irish are happy to connect with colleagues on personal social networks, compared to just one fifth of the British and 13% of the French.

However, workers appear less willing to open up about their leisure time, with less than one in ten broadcastin...

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