It seems like the simplest concept, that we must have the energy in our tank in order to perform. So, in order to be resilient and effective at our jobs, we can’t just be running on cups of coffee, but, rather, we need adequate amounts of sleep.
The hours of sleep you get each night plays a role in your entire body. Not only are you groggy if you go without, but you also have higher stress levels, a lower attention rate and will be less likely to be creative.
Doesn’t quite sound like a productive workplace.
Allow your workers a schedule that gives them time to sleep. After all, it has been found that sleep deprivation costs American companies $63.2 billion a year in lost productivity, and we don’t want that.
This post is the third and final part in a three-part series on Wellness @ Work, highlighting the importance of a healthy balanced lifestyle as part of a successful career. Learn more about our Lifestyle and Assessment Coaching packages that can help you make this change in your life.