This report provides tips on what organisations and individuals can do to better manage sleep and change attitudes about it's importance in the workplace.
This research explores how Dads and partners in small business manage the transition to working parent, and the challenges in the role of support person for their partner. Key struggles included sleep deprivation, a desire for more time with baby in the first year; and a need for more support and mental health awareness, for themselves and their partners.
Technology and changing work patterns have changed our world and this is having a major impact on our sleep.This webinar discusses the science of sleep and how with technology, “help and support” sleep awareness, education, screening and behaviour change can be delivered digitally and at scale.
SAAS are committed to a long term investment in the health and wellbeing of their staff, recognised through their ‘Our People’ strategic priority and through provision of a dedicated SAASFIT program to all staff.
The Eat, Move, Sleep programme is just part of a suite of wellbeing initiatives the global dairy cooperative runs, but it was the first of this scale to be developed and run in-house, rather than by an external provider.
The Sleep Wake Research Centre in New Zealand have produced a range of Covid 19 fact sheets on sleep, with topics including immunity, mental health and shiftworkers.
A study by the University of Michigan on trainee doctors suggests that irregular sleeping and waking times increase the risk of developing depression – and could even be more detrimental to mental health than not getting enough sleep.