Human Resource Leadership
Sleep impacts your bottom line. Scientific evidence continues to reveal that how employees sleep directly impacts how they function at work, on virtually all levels. Be it productivity, performance, safety, health, engagement, health or health care costs, sleep deprivation has a significant impact on employees, and in turn, on their employer.
Corporations spend billions on training and development but if an employee gets insufficient sleep, their skills and acumen are compromised. Sleep education and training offer a core corporate investment with ROI benefits across a broad spectrum of performance, risk, and cost related measures. Optimizing sleep can support the optimization of your human capital.
Panelists will share why sleep is essential to their workforce and clients as well as what they are doing to integrate sleep initiatives for their workforce. Research on why sleep matters and the economic costs of insufficient sleep will be highlighted and discussed. The causes, consequences, and risks of not addressing insufficient sleep for employers and employees will be presented. The goal is to provide attendees with information to make informed decisions as to how, if and when they will address sleep for their workforce.
In this session attendees will: