Creating a work environment that recognizes the importance of quality sleep and regular breaks can be beneficial to employers, Entrepreneur reports.
Most people spend a significant amount of time at their workplace, often about half their waking day or more. It’s only logical that an environment where people spend so much of their time can have an affect, and sleeping habits are one particular area of interest.
While sleep is not often a top priority for management or businesses in office environments, how fatigued or well-rested employees feel can have a big impact on their motivation, creativity and performance.
Yet why should sleep be a concern to managers and entrepreneurs? Isn’t how much or little people rest on their own time their own problem?
Well, research indicates that certain environmental and cultural factors within a company could affect employees’ (and an entrepreneur’s) sleep, for better or worse.