"Working hard is not a bad thing. However, if you continuously sacrifice time with family, friends, and yourself for "getting one more thing done," you undermine your long-term effectiveness...A business owner with poor health is a risk to the company's longevity. On the flip side, a company culture that celebrates long work days tacitly approves of weakening employees' health and limiting their performance."
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"Napping at work is officially a good idea. Generally napping on the job has been frowned upon in most workplaces, but the tides are beginning to turn on this topic, thanks to the introduction of EnergyPods, a pod designed to be used for naps at work."
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"Napping on the job used to be a great way to get fired, but some companies are beginning to break the stigma with a nap-positive culture. Here are some ways to implement it in your office."
"MetroNaps EnergyPods, which have a "futuristic appeal," include a 20-minute timer, a privacy visor, storage space, a light mimicking sunrise at the end of the nap and a music feature, said Anthony Escalante, who created the proposal."
Read more at The Diamondback.
"Stress is something that most college students face. From tight deadlines to being homesick, juggling responsibilities and managing stress can be a handful. Colorado State University Health Network is putting effort into helping students learn how to manage stress."
Read the full article at The Rocky Mountain Collegian.
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.