Kellogg extends summer scheme for employees

After over a month spent working from home, Kellogg is encouraging its employees in Ireland to take that much needed break away from their screens with its summer hours scheme. Now in its 17th year, the scheme began this week and has been adapted in light of the Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown measures currently in place.

The scheme, which runs until September, previously meant that all office-based employees were able to finish work from midday on a Friday once they had completed a full week’s hours. This year, with all staff working remotely, the cereal giant is offering its employees a chance to use the summer hours on any week day of their choice.

The company believes encouraging more time away from desks will support mental health, increase motivation and boost productivity. Kellogg employs 265 staff at its European HQ in north Dublin with all office-based workers being able to take off half a day a week. Pictured above is comedian Oliver Callan eating a bowl of Kellogg’s Cornflakes.



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