Employers have turned to wellbeing initiatives in the hope that lifestyle interventions would help preempt rising healthcare costs, boost productivity and enhance individual resilience and corporate culture. While laudable for their impact on the health of employees who participate, these measures have yet to stem the tide of healthcare spending. Many employers, as well as […]Read More
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The success or failure of health plans and wellness initiatives typically hinge on two factors: cost and savings. While forward-thinking employers have been incorporating metrics related to productivity, absenteeism and culture, a program that does not demonstrate its ability to bend the cost curve is often one benefits cycle away from being replaced. At the […]Read More
Nearly half of American workers today report having trouble sleeping, many running on between 5 and 6 hours of sleep a day or less. As a result, workers are at an increased risk of being in an accident and/or experiencing health issues, costing US employers up to $136 billion per year. Insufficient sleep not only […]Read More
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Nearly half of American workers report having trouble sleeping. Today, many companies are beginning to focus on the role sleep plays in worker safety, decision-making, productivity, and engagement. While current well-being programs often focus on key aspects including diet, fitness, finances, and emotions, providing ways for employees to improve their sleep clearly represents the most impactful benefit of all.
Dr. Durmer presents the latest scientific research to explain the importance of healthy sleep for workers and the negative impact of poor sleep on health, productivity, accident rates and moral judgment.
How do drowsy drivers compare to drunk drivers? The facts may surprise you. I this video, Dr. Durmer presents the impact of sleep deprivation on shift workers and what they can do to reduce the risk of accidents and errors in the workplace.
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Proper sleep is foundational to wellbeing. Many employers are now turning to sleep programs to help stem the tide of rising healthcare costs, address safety concerns and maximize the value of existing wellbeing programs. But, can delivering sleep services on a fee-for-service basis actually provide the health outcomes employers are looking for?Download
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For companies, the consequences of poor sleep can be both financial and operational. Research has shown that sleep deprivation undermines leadership, planning, health, communication, and judgment. Download this PDF to learn more about the consequences of poor sleep and various ways to address it.Download