Sleeping At Work And Nap Rooms Go Hand-In-Hand: Arianna Huffington
Sleeping on the job still gets frowned upon but ask Arianna Huffington and it’s empathy not outrage sleep-deprived workers need most.
That, and maybe a nap room.
“Walking around looking drained and exhausted is what should be looked down on,” says Huffington in the video above.
The founder and CEO of Thrive Global is no closet fan of nap rooms, having installed two of them for employees during her time as Editor In Chief of the Huffington Post.
And while the move was met with skepticism at first, Huffington says the rooms’ popularity tell a entirely different story. For more on why she continues to champion nap rooms, listen to her message in the video above.
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Arianna Huffington is the former Editor In Chief of The Huffington Post, a website she co-founded in 2005.
A worker takes a nap while laying on a pile of steel wires at a stockyard run by the Shanghai Yirong Trading Co. Ltd in Shanghai, China, on Friday, April 10, 2009. China, the world’s biggest iron ore buyer, boosted imports to a record in March for a second straight month, as smaller steelmakers turned to cheaper overseas suppliers. (Qilai Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images News)