Your Workers Are What They Eat at Work
The ROI of a nutritious employee meal plan
A lot has been written
Sleep and Exercise: The Key to a Productive Workforce
How downtime can make a worker’s up time safer and more productive
We don’t think anyone was surprised to read in our whitepaper that workers who get enough sleep are more productive – and safer – on the job. But there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to shut-eye. Check out this infographic to see the effect that noise, light, bed quality and even exercise can have on the quality of sleep. You might be amazed to see what the Body-Brain Performance Institute, in association with Swinburne University’s Brain Sciences Institute, calculated the annual dollar amount that physical fitness translates to in worker productivity.