Study: Stealing coworker's lunch is common practice
8:22 AM, Jan 25, 2013
A new survey finds one in 12 workers have stolen lunch from the work lunchroom.
When it comes to stealing lunches, 4.6 percent of people in the Domino's Pizza survey admitted stealing lunches a few times because they "couldn't resist."
Also, 3.6 percent of those surveyed say they regularly steal co-worker's lunches because they consider them to be "fair game."
The survey also found that 50 percent of workers take 30-minute lunches while 20 percent take only 15 minutes. About 17 percent take a full hour and 13 percent say they take whatever time they can get away with.
The Domino's Pizza survey was published in the New Zealand Herald.