The Cost of Working Tired

What’s the cost of working while tired? Businesses lose $63 billion in productivity each year from the phenomenon, which affects over 70% of workers surveyed. Find out how to manage around tired workers, and get tips on how to avoid costly mistakes if you’re suffering from lack of sleep on a workday. 


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