Man sleeping at work Sleep-deprived employees are less likely to be focused at work, take longer to complete tasks, are less creative and less likely to tackle more mentally involved projects. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Over the past 25 years, increased technology and longer work hours has blurred the separation between our personal and professional lives.

With the spread of COVID-19, it’s much more likely that you and your employees will be working remotely — making the separation between your work and home life much muddier. An employer’s role in supporting stress resiliency through daily self-care practices and good sleep habits is more important than ever before.

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