Economic incentives, meaningful feedback, and adequate training are all ways to boost productivity at the office, but what about naps? Here’s a case for why your association should consider offering workplace naps, as well as some ways to incorporate them into your office.
Stressed-Out High Schoolers Advised To Try A Nap Pod
A high school in New Mexico is experimenting with nap pods — womb-like retreats where frazzled students can rest. Research suggests it leads to calmer, less anxious teens who do better in school.
There was a time when sleeping on the job was a major no-no. These days, however, the benefits of the ‘power nap’ on productivity is widely recognised and more and more companies are encouraging workers to take 40 winks.
MetroNaps is at the National Business Group on Health's annual meeting in Washington DC this week September 14 - 16th, 2016. This year's theme: The Well-Being and Productivity Proposition.
From September issue of L’Officiel Singapore:
Sleeping on the job is no longer for slackers – studies have shown that power naps can actually enhance employee productivity. Embracing the bene ts of a quick snooze are corporations like Google London, software company SAP Asia, and media agency Mediacom Singapore, which have installed EnergyPod napping chairs from Metronaps on their premises to rev up tired bodies and help employees boost alertness and productivity.