A bad nights sleep, what does it cost?

Discussion in 'Ian's Corner' started by Terry, Jul 4, 2013.

  1. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

    Bothell, Washington
    Scientist estimate that workers showing up late after a bad night's sleep, known as "presenteeism" - may cost U.S. Companies $62.2 billion a year in lost productivity. Please come up with name for another condition that you think may hurt productivity.

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  2. DonL

    DonL Jack of all trades Master of one

    Houston, TX
    They have to come up with a name for everything, Just so Insurance will Acknowledge it.

    Having the Farts is now Persistent Flatuating Disorder, and may be covered by health insurance companies.

    Have Fun
  3. johnfrwhipple

    johnfrwhipple Bathroom Design & Build - North Vancouver, B.C.

    North Vancouver, BC
    Jock Syndrome Disorder

    My apprentice has missed a lot of days work because of a bad back and neck. He used to coach trampoline and often after a "Free Night" or class wrap up they would set up for these extreme trampoline night classes. His back was always "Jacked" after a night doing stunts designed for 12-16 year old kids.

    I noticed his back is a little tight this past week and I asked him if he was coaching trampoline again and he said no that he played Rugby with some friends on the weekend.

    The act of getting back in shape I think must really take it's toll on people - people who are shattered the next day or days after a big work out.

    Jock Syndrome Disorder: A He-Man on Sunday and a three quarter man on Monday!

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