It is said naps are good for health and productivity then why are corporates so against it?
Few things are all good or all bad, including most habits.
Companies ranging from international mega-corporations to scrappy startups are already reaping the rewards of providing naptime benefits.
Consider adding some Gerbera daisies to your office, plus plenty of natural light and LED lighting.
An exhausted employee who naps is unproductive for a few minutes. One who doesn't nap is unproductive all day.
A brain scientist explains how napping might just help solve one of the biggest problems of the modern workplace: engagement.
This business wants to help you get some zzz's so you can take a break from the chaos.
Because everybody is addicted to their smartphone, nobody individually feels like an addict.
Although sleep is important to productivity, here's how to power through the day even without a full night of z's.
Sipping coffee in the midafternoon to stay awake is when we can best appreciate the wisdom of the siesta.
Sucking it up is noble but try a little chocolate, too.
To understand unique and healthy ways to consistently and quickly boost energy daily, I asked dynamic entrepreneurs to spill their best-kept secrets.
People and technology will always tug at your attention. Dealing with it constructively is far more productive than wishing nothing competed for your focus.
Promoting healthy habits will help keep staffers mentally fresh, creative and motivated, avoiding the burnout and fatigue that comes with long-term shut-eye deprivation.