Lockdown | How lack of sleep may impact employee productivity

How lack of sleep may impact employee productivity

The current pandemic is stressful. Workers are worried about the security of their jobs in future, the health of their families and many are juggling personal life commitments while trying to hold down a job.

It seems that this uncertainty is having an impact on health. According to new data released by King’s College London researchers, more than half of the UK population has struggled with sleep during this period of lockdown – which will likely have an impact on employees and their level of productivity at work.

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