This month, the Talking Benefits team and I chatted about a topic that was important before the coronavirus pandemic but is feeling more relevant now amid new stressors and uncertainty—SLEEP. Everyone’s situation is different, but for many employees, the pandemic has forced completely new routines and demands, leading to disruptions in many areas of life, including sleep.
Whether you or your workers have had sleeping problems before COVID-19 or if these problems have only come on recently, there are concrete steps that can be taken to improve sleep during this global pandemic.
Give this episode a listen to learn why employers should care about promoting healthy sleep habits throughout their organization and how to get started on helping employees catch some quality ZZZs.
Visit the International Foundation Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources page to find helpful information to navigate your organization through the pandemic.
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