Man with burnout Just small scheduling adjustments can go a long way toward boosting the sleep that a workforce gets each week. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In recent years, employers have begun to allow workers greater scheduling flexibility. Generally, the idea behind flexible schedules has been to help employees meet their family commitments, notably child care, as well as to reduce the amount of time they spend commuting during rush hour.

New research offers another powerful argument in favor of flexible schedules: allowing employees to get more sleep.

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