A working day is the day that every employee are trying their best to deliver the best result possible. But not all the time in a working day that employees really focus and make the job done. “Dead hours” will always step into and ruin the schedules and to-do-list of each employees. Here is some of example of the most productive hours of the day:
1. Starting from 9 AM until 11:30AM: During this period of time, each and every staffs really focus. After they finished their breakfast that some people have their breakfast at 8:00AM, or even 8:30AM, they will focus on their to-do-list and then will deliver the best result.
2. After lunch (3:00PM until 6:30PM): Most of the staffs they will spend at least 1 hour for their lunch break, 30 minutes for coffee (whether at the office or outside the office) and another 30 minutes to recover themselves from “sleepy-time”. After lunch, most of people will feel very sleepy and their productivity will be reduced by 30% to 40% compare to another period. After those long break, they will start to focus on their remain tasks until end of the day.
3. After dinner (9:00PM until 10:00PM): Some people really like to bring their work home in order to complete what remains and the most productive period will be around 9:00PM until around 10:00PM. They will focus on what they need to finished for the day and also starting to list down what to do for tomorrow.
These are the most common productive time for employees and otherwise they still some break time during the day.