New York – As you know lack of sleep can harm your health but most interesting and shocking has been now revealed, which tells how good night sleep is important to us.
Professors at the University of Washington, the University of Arizona and the University of North Carolina have found that sleep deprivation increases unethical behavior.
As you know most of us, now a days sleep deprivation is very common as we always busy in smart phones, offices and other works, so it’s mean most of us most of time showing unethical thinking in our fields.
“When you’re sleep deprived at work, it’s much easier to simply go along with unethical suggestions from your boss because resistance takes effort and you’re already worn down,” David Welsh, an organizational behavior professor at the University of Washington, explained in a release.
But researcher found an amazing trick to curb that type behavior with the help of coffee.
According to their research, caffeine can help employees resist pressure from higher-ups do unethical things at work.
David Welsh said “However, we found that caffeine can give sleep-deprived individuals the extra energy needed to resist unethical behavior.”
In a world where unethical behavior could mean a $6 billion trading loss or even jail time, ensuring ethical behavior should be a priority for workers and employers alike.
So what kind of things should companies be doing to keep workers in line? The researchers offer the following advice:
Provide free coffee and other caffeinated beverages
Give workers breaks
Crack down on overtime
Let workers take naps!
In other words, go take that late afternoon coffee break. Your boss will thank you for it.