Making decisions is a big part of being human. Researchers at Cornell University estimated that the average adult makes around 35,000 decisions per day, whether these are conscious or sub-conscious.
This could be a decision about pro-longing their current license with a client, who is the best candidate to employ or something as simple as deciding when to eat your lunch. And with workers spending a large portion of their lives at work, making decisions at the office is likely to be a frequent task that employees are faced with. Of course, all employees strive to make the best decisions, but this isn’t always the case.
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