Sleeping on the job?

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studies show that 43 percent of Americans don’t receive enough sleep at night according to Workforce magazine’s Alexis Carpello…

If you are an employer, you may find that there is an increasing problem with employees being less productive, making less than good decisions, and simply making mistakes.  Fatigue and lack of sleep, restless nights hurt employees, but they also hurt employers in the same manner that stressed employees are hurting employers.  It drives down productivity while driving up benefit costs.

But take it further, money issues cause for restless nights, lack of sleep and fatigue.  It is quite obvious to me that money and sleep are directly correlated.  Time to do something about both, don’t you say, employees and employers???

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