We Sell Sleep delivers convenient and cost-effective sleep solutions to your organisation with a single mission to improve the quality of your employee's sleep, which leads to improved productivity, workplace engagement, overall well-being and as a result increases your company's performance.
We do this by taking necessary sleep assessments, educating your work force 1-2-1 or in a group arrangement, delivering personalised sleep reports and benchmarking employees sleep quality using advanced analytics.
Our four sleep improvement pillars:
Your Body and Mind
THE IMPACT ON HEALTH
There is mounting evidence of the negative health consequences of sleep deprivation. As more and more sleep research is conducted, the more we understand about its importance to our overall health and wellbeing.
Scientific studies have revealed the many benefits of the quality of sleep, for example:
Memory and learning
Our ability to deal with trauma and stress
They also revealed the negative consequences of temporary or prolonged sleep deprivation like:
Cardiovascular disease and hypertension
Diabetes and obesity
Reproductive and immune systems
THE IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE
Much focus has been on the importance of sleep for top-performing athletes and global leaders. Your workforce should receive the same sleep education.
Lack of sleep impacts cognitive performance and work place productivity with an estimated impact of 2% of GDP for developed economies as well as lack of workplace interaction - regardless of age, gender, or hierarchy level. Your employees will generally be:
More irritable, stressed and frustrated
Worse at assessing risk
Restricting innovative thinking
Not able to multi-task
Lacking emotional intelligence
Slower with reaction times
Not able to cooperate
THE COMMERCIAL IMPACT OF SLEEP LOSS
Annually 200,000 working days are lost in the UK due to lack of sleep. The estimated annual cost of productivity loss ranges from £1,000 to £3,000 per employee.
Two thirds of people around the world suffer from sleep problems, that is 5 billion people. The economic cost of poor sleep is 2% of GDP in the UK alone.