Workplace Wakeup CallA recent Ceridian LifeWorks survey revealed that more than 30 percent of human resource leaders have witnessed or heard about a co-worker falling asleep on the job in the past six months.   

LifeWorks: Workplace Wake-Up Call & Impact of Sleep Deficiency

Workplace Wakeup CallA recent Ceridian LifeWorks survey revealed that more than 30 percent of human resource leaders have witnessed or heard about a co-worker falling asleep on the job in the past six months. Workplace Wake-Up Call: Pulling Back the Covers on Sleep Deficiency, a comprehensive survey of nearly 700 HR leaders across North America, examines the sleep deficiency epidemic, which costs businesses $63.2 billion per year in lost productivity, according to Harvard University researchers.

The average adult needs seven to eight hours of sleep each night to be completely rested. However, one-third (CDC.gov) of adults sleep six hours or less each night, due largely to today’s fast paced culture that promotes constant attachment to work and mobile devices. Lack of sleep is proven to compromise workplace safety and performance, making it more difficult for employees to pay attention, complete assignments and solve problems.

Download the whitepaper today for the compelling story of how organizations can address the sleep deficit among employees.

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