Corporate Sleep Program
When employees are not getting the sleep they need, it has a negative impact on mood affecting internal and external relationships, work performance resulting in lost productivity, errors, omissions, and accidents, and short and long-term health and mental health risks resulting in lateness, sick days, and STD or LTD.
Research shows when people can't sleep, they have:
Higher healthcare costs
Increase in workplace accidents
More errors due to lack of focus
Reduction in productivity due to absenteeism and presenteeism
Hidden Cost to Business
Can have a negative effect on relationships with co-workers, managers, clients, and suppliers (68% of people in one survey said they found it harder to deal with challenging colleagues).
From impaired judgement (an inability to foresee consequences and a lack of caring), reduced creativity, and an inability to think strategically.
More likely to have or develop mental health disorders (approximately 50% of people with insomnia have depression, anxiety, or psychological stress).
Insomnia is on the rise.
Prior to the pandemic, experts estimated that 10 - 30% of people had insomnia. In February 2022, the Journal of Sleep Research found that as many as 60% of people had insomnia.