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Hybrid and Executives are more likely to lose sleep due to Job Stressors and also admit to falling asleep during meetings they attend !

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

😴1 in 3 employees miss meetings, deadlines because they are napping!

A new study attempts to answer the question of how work impacts sleep, whether work stressors keep workers up at night, and how common naps during the workday are?

πŸ“ˆ Those who work remotely were found to nap the longest among full-time employees. Napping also has performance consequences for employees:

⏰16% of nappers miss meetings at least once a month due to sleeping during the workday, while 17% miss deadlines at this same frequency.

Career stressors frequently cause employees to lose nightly sleep and hybrid workers were the most likely to report sleep difficulties due to work stressors, according to a new interesting research published by Sleep Doctor in partnership with Pollfish using data πŸ“Š from a survey of overall 1,250 full-time US workers on March 13, 2024.

βœ…1 in 3 workers regularly nap during work hours

Frequency of napping during the workday

Researchers discovered that 33% of employees nap weekly; 6% say daily, 18% say several times per week, and 9% say once per week.

❗️ Also they found that remote and hybrid workers are more likely to take naps during the workday than in-person workers.

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