Brides Use Work Time to Plan Weddings
Ladies, are you reading this at work? A recent survey revealed that women spend 10 hours a week planning their wedding and nearly 30% of it is done at work.
Reuters reports: “Almost nine out of 10 women who took part in the survey confessed to using some company time to make wedding plans, but only a third believed that their work was negatively affected by it.”
“Eighty-nine percent admitted to planning their wedding on company time, while 20% of women admitted that more than half of their wedding arrangements were done at work. But, only 15% said that someone at work had commented about it.”
However, bosses proved to be sympathetic to the short-term distraction of wedding planning.
“Managers, who 43% of survey respondents say were supportive and understanding of their wedding planning, are willing to overlook a bride-to-be’s temporary distraction during the months leading up to her wedding with the expectation that post-honeymoon, she’ll be more on track then ever.”
How much wedding planning are you doing at the office?
See the full results of the study at Forbes.com.