That's the new trend THE NEW YORK TIMES reports. And this no-tech introduction could disrupt the tech overload among professionals and deep six obesity. So huge could be its implications that organizations could start creating incentives for employees to get out of the office and onto the dance floor at clubs which provide this time-out.
Before the company gym was introduced, we Baby Boomers remember how restorative it had been to grab our coat and flee the cube for a walk for a few blocks. Along the way we peeked at store windows and even got fresh ideas for our work. Instead of consuming a 700-calorie lunch, we might have just sipped a can of those diet meal drinks which were in vogue then. And, all was right with the world. We were in control again.
BigPharma such as Johnson & Johnson which is so concerned with obesity and emotional health might partner with the sponsors of these lunch break dance parties.