Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to our wellbeing. With the increase of home working prevalent across many industries, employers might be thinking that their staff will be getting more sleep than ever before.
Whilst it’s true that employees won’t be doing battle with early morning commutes or attending evening networking events, research suggests that the quality of sleep we’ve been getting since COVID-19 hit is not so good. Poor quality sleep has negative consequences on our health and mental wellbeing.
In fact, the amount of sleep you get directly links to your performance, whilst sleep quality is positively associated with psychological vitality.
Download this How to Guide to enable you and your teams incorporate a successful sleep management programme.