Many travellers go direct to work
ALMOST one in five travellers go straight to work after their holiday without even going home to freshen up or drop off luggage.
The 2012 Stayz Holiday Habits Report shows 17 per cent of workers make the most of their time away from the office and return from their break on the day they return to the workplace.
It is a more common trend among single people aged between 18 and 30.
A similar proportion (18 per cent) cannot switch off or relax from work while they are on holiday and cannot break their daily technology routine of checking emails or logging on to social media, even though their travel companions get annoyed with their excessive technology use.
About half, or 47 per cent, are phoned with work related questions by colleagues while they are on leave and 23 per cent say working causes arguments with partners or friends while on holidays.