Workplace fatigue is more than simply feeling tired. It’s a state of decreased attention, reaction time, accuracy, and motivation that degrades physical and mental performance. And, it’s affecting productivity.
Fatigue is common. Surveys from all over the world reveal high rates of reported fatigue in many countries.
Workplace fatigue costs businesses an estimated $508 billion globally in terms of reduced performance and productivity and increased accidents, errors, and healthcare expenses.
Find out what companies can do to support their employees including proper nutrition and hydration, adequate movement, sleep, recovery breaks, and stress management. Read Dr. Jo’s Fatigue in the Workplace White Paper.