3. Provide flexible work schedules.
If employees are prone to burnout, offer them with ample time to recover from work.
For example, grant unlimited paid vacation so employees can take off when they feel like they need to. By doing this, employees will experience more work-life balance and will be less likely to experience burnout at work.
4. Delegate fewer projects.
When employees are overwhelmed with many projects, they may be sleeping less at night because of stress. The reality is, many employees think they can successfully take on more than they can handle. This is why it might be a good idea to limit the number of assignments employees receive.
5. Allow some napping on the job.
Over recent years, workplace napping has become a popular trend. Companies such as the age them to take naps. Whether it’s breaking away for a nap at lunch time or catching some sleep later in the afternoon, this can be a great way to boost employees’ energy at work.
How do you encourage employees to get more sleep?