London, Aug 4 : Nearly a third of British workers dread holidays, as they may later have to work overtime to catch up.
According to a new survey, the workers put an average 12 hours' overtime to clear their desks before going for a nice holiday.
And on returning back, they have to give up an extra five hours.
The survey showed that one in six people quizzed on a lifestyle website even worried about their work throughout a holiday. "The balance is wrong," British tabloid The Sun quoted site boss Tim Rogers as saying.