March 15th is World Sleep Day – Designed to raise awareness of sleep as a human privilege that is often compromised by the habits of modern life.
The aim is to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society through better prevention and management of poor sleep. It is held the Friday before the Spring Vernal Equinox each year.
Lack of quality sleep affects productivity, engagement and stress levels making it an important topic for employers to address. CiC have developed a session to address the epidemic of poor sleep and to give tips for getting a healthy, restful night’ s rest. We can deliver this session live in person and as a webinar.
Most of us do not think about the impact poor sleep can have on our performance, relationships and behaviour both at work and at home, many people experience disturbed sleep on a regular basis. For those who have a poor sleep pattern, each working day can present many challenges which those who enjoyed a full night’ s rest may not recognise.
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