Sleep deprivation costs the UK economy £40bn a year in terms of lower productivity at work and the impact on absence.
(Source: RAND Europe Study Sept 2016)
The sleep aids industry is a growing market currently valued at £59million, with sales expected to reach £69million in the next 5 years.
(Source: Euromonitor ‘Sleep Aids in the UK’ Sept. 2016).
Employers including sleep as part of their wellbeing strategies has doubled over the last 12 months (from 42% to 88%)
(REBA Employee Health and Wellbeing Survey 2017).
Employees suffering from sleep deprivation are widely affected by negative cognitive, emotional, physical and social performance resulting in increased presenteeism and absence
(Source: HR Magazine, March 2015).
Extensive research has proven the link between sleep and productivity. For businesses, your people are your best asset – so helping them to sleep better will help them to perform to their full potential too.