Why Did The BBC Send Their Staff to a Course On How to Drink Water?
It may have been a bit over the top, but their reasons made sense.
Do you need a class on how to drink water? Do your employees? It must be harder than we imagine, because the UK's British Broadcasting Company (BBC) thought it was a good idea to offer a training course for their employees on how to do it.
The course was one of many that the taxpayer-supported BBC offered in order to support the mental and physical health of their employees. According to The Sun, the company promised attendees that the course would help them "identify the importance of being fully hydrated and find practical ways to achieve this state every day" and that it will also "help understand how being fully hydrated will improve health, well-being and performance.”
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