Monday is just another working day for most workers as many don't mind going back to work after the weekend, a new survey has found.
Conducted by Reed.co.uk, the research discovered that 29 per cent of workers are completely ambivalent about going to work after the weekend, while 13 per cent are filled with dread at the prospect.
Surprisingly, 28 per cent of respondents said they look forward to going to the office on Monday mornings.
Operations director Martin Warnes stated that Monday is just another working day for employees as many are unlikely to switch off their BlackBerries at the weekend as they work long hours.
He stated that something positive can be done for those who hate heading back to work on Mondays.
"However, like many have found, with a shift in attitude, it could be a really positive day to take action and find a new job that provides more job fulfilment, putting an end to the abject misery that for some people sums up Monday morning," he said.
A recent survey by Badenoch & Clark discovered that public sector workers are happier in their line of work than private sector staff.