New Study Shows Impact of Sleep, Health Choices on Worker Productivity

Researchers at HealthPartners Institute for Education and Research looked at de-identified health assessments taken in 2010 by 18,000 HealthPartners members at 13 companies. The study, published in the current issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, confirms that employees who routinely practice five health-related behaviors have the fewest sick days and are more productive at work than those who do not.