Malta -Fatigue is high -March 11, 2013

According to a Regus report 29 per cent of workers are sleeping less than they wish to fit all their commitments and 42 per cent of workers are sacrificing sleep to fit in work and personal commitments, while over a quarter (27 per cent) feel they have to overcompensate for time taken off for personal matters. The authors say that allowing employees to work closer to home in professional and fully efficient environments can have an important impact on family life and provide workers with a few more minutes’ kip each morning. But the benefits are not just for workers, and firms can also improve productivity and retention by introducing flexible working.

English: http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2013-03-03/news/42-of-maltese-workers ...

http://theforum.sph.harvard.edu/events/sleep-deprivation-fighting-the-clock

 

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