Study: A Good Night's Sleep Can Boost the Bottom Line
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Reduced productivity may be directly correlated with insomnia, suggests a new study. Researchers studying both physical inactivity and sleeplessness among workers found that lack of sleep, in particular, was associated with presenteeism.
“This study sought to examine the prospective association between different combinations of physical activity and insomnia symptoms and reduced work performance (presenteeism) and number of days of sick ...
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