The amount of workers reporting to work with little or no sleep has become so commonplace that this it is practically considered normal nowadays. In 2016, Harvard Business Review cited a survey which revealed that less than half of the people that took part in the study (45%) felt they slept well. The rest said that they experienced difficulty falling asleep, with 10% stating that they suffered from insomnia. Meanwhile, research published on the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine discovered that between $2,500 and $3,156 is lost every year on per employee due to their sleep problems...

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Changing your workplace into a safe, comfortable and productive environment can begin with ergonomics. If you understand how a product, layout or design can be improved to suit those that use it, you can create a positive and admirable workplace. Effective ergonomics is not only beneficial for productivity and employee engagement, but it is critical in reducing pain and fatigue among office workers. 1. Rest your eyes Throughout your working day, your eyes are constantly working hard. Without the correct care, it can result in serious eye strain and fatigue; in order to prevent this, it is important to give...

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