It seems to be that more and more research shows that employee well-being is more than just people's medical health. Taking a more holistic approach to work life can reveal the true cost of impaired health which has previously been under estimated.
As everyday office workers we very much know the struggle of a productive morning, followed by the lunch time approach of 'eyes bigger than your belly', to the heavy weighted eyelids at 3pm.
So is it better to get eight hours of fully engaged work, rather than 12 hours work which is some what lackadaisical?
Over the years, ambitious professionals and demanding businesses have inadvertently connected sleep with laziness, when sleep is actually one of the single most important factors in an employee’s overall health and productivity.