Let staff have a lie-in to keep them happy

Let staff have a lie-in to keep them happy

Four out of five people are working against their individual body clock, making for an unhappy and unhealthy workforce, research suggests.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Thu, 9 Apr 2015 9:17am BST
    Couldn't agree more with this study. I often find that i am more tired during my working day than at the weekend as i haven't slept as much. Early nights only go so far before you question why you should have to go to bed at the same time you did when you were 10! While this system could be abused by some i do feel that overall it would acknowledge the fact that we are all different, and need to be treated as such.

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