The Cost of Poor Sleep: Workplace Productivity Loss and Associated Costs

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The objective of this study was to assess the impact of sleep disturbances on work performance/productivity. The results were Compared with at-risk and good-sleep groups, insomnia and insufficient sleep syndrome groups had significantly worse productivity, performance, and safety outcomes. 

The conclusions were, Sleep disturbances contribute to decreased employee productivity at a high cost to employers.

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