When we don't get sufficient sleep, it has a global impact on both our performance and our motivation to perform well. Unfortunately, the percentage of employees who are getting insufficient sleep or have sleep disorders is growing. This is increasing costs for corporations in terms of lost productivity (11 days lost per year for each person with insomnia alone!).
Sleep problems also contribute to common chronic medical problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and mental health disorders. These problems in turn raise healthcare costs for employers.
Be part of the solution by learning how to identify the risks of sleep-deprived workers, and how to implement policies and practices that reduce these costs for your corporation. This is a win-win situation: your employees can gain the long-term benefits of healthy sleep, and your bottom line improves!
Why should you Attend:
Each year, corporations lose $411 billion and 1.2 million work days due to sleep problems, just in the US alone. Worldwide the economic cost of sleep problems is much greater.
How much is your corporation losing?
Areas Covered in the Session: