Unlock the potential, performance and productivity of your most valuable assets.

Conscious Napping can help your employees address the challenges in their work and home life, and help you contain rising organizational costs. A convenient bilingual, online resource, Conscious Napping focuses on the issues that can dramatically affect employee performance and productivity.

Conscious Napping helps your employees tap into their natural ability to consciously and intentionally address areas of their lives they want to change and improve. Like world-class athletes, they have access to a proven process of guided visualization and reinforcement. When practiced, this process deepens their resilience and personal control to help them achieve greater focus and engagement, create change, solve problems, and awaken their potential.

Conscious Napping Helps

Reduce health care costs

Reduce health care costs

Increase productivity

Increase
productivity

Improve employee retention

Improve employee retention

Increase employee loyalty

Increase employee loyalty

Personal Development

Personal Development

Conscious Napping addresses the areas
of greatest organizational cost

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels with extreme fatigue or the feeling out being of control, costing business $190 billion.

  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress, costing companies an average of $702 per employee per year.

  • 52% of employees say stress accounts for 1-2 days of absence each year, 30% miss 3-6 days, and 18% say they miss more than six days.

  • In the most recent survey, the annual cost of treating and managing pain in the United States was estimated to be between $560-$635 billion, including medical care and the economic costs due to disability days, lost wages, and productivity.

  • A person with moderate pain had health care expenditures $4,516 per year higher than those with no pain. Persons with severe pain had health care expenditures $3,210 higher than those of persons with moderate pain.

  • A study from the American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine on the impacts of sleep disturbances on work performance found that poor sleep costs an average of $1,967 per employee.

  • The U.S. loses 2.28% of GDP or $411 billion due to sleep issues. On an annual basis, around 1.2 million working days are lost due to insufficient sleep.

  • The cost of obesity-related treatments was about $210 billion in 2006, or nearly 10% of all medical spending. Absenteeism costs $4.3 billion each year and lower productivity costs $506 per obese worker per year.

  • Obese workers file more workers’ compensation claims with higher costs. There are 5.8 claims among workers with normal weight versus 11.65 claims for obese workers. Normal weight employees cost on average $3,830 per year in covered medical, sick day, short-term disability, and workers’ compensation claims combined; obese employees cost more than twice that amount, or $8,067, in 2011 dollars.

  • The only pre-existing condition remaining under the Affordable Care Act is smoking, and insurers are allowed to charge up to 50% more for smokers/chewers.

  • A study by Ohio State University found that businesses pay $5,800 more per year for smokers. More than half of those costs are attributed to lost productivity from smoke breaks alone.

stress

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels, with extreme fatigue or feeling out of control; Cost to business is $190 billion
  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress – and this costs companies an average of $702 per employee per year
  • 52% say stress accounts for absences 1-2 days each year, 30% miss 3-6 days and 18% say they miss more than 6 days

pain

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels, with extreme fatigue or feeling out of control; Cost to business is $190 billion
  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress – and this costs companies an average of $702 per employee per year
  • 52% say stress accounts for absences 1-2 days each year, 30% miss 3-6 days and 18% say they miss more than 6 days

sleep

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels, with extreme fatigue or feeling out of control; Cost to business is $190 billion
  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress – and this costs companies an average of $702 per employee per year
  • 52% say stress accounts for absences 1-2 days each year, 30% miss 3-6 days and 18% say they miss more than 6 days

weight

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels, with extreme fatigue or feeling out of control; Cost to business is $190 billion
  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress – and this costs companies an average of $702 per employee per year
  • 52% say stress accounts for absences 1-2 days each year, 30% miss 3-6 days and 18% say they miss more than 6 days

smoking

  • 66% of workers have sustained, high stress levels, with extreme fatigue or feeling out of control; Cost to business is $190 billion
  • An estimated one million employees miss work each day because of stress – and this costs companies an average of $702 per employee per year
  • 52% say stress accounts for absences 1-2 days each year, 30% miss 3-6 days and 18% say they miss more than 6 days

Easy, private and convenient – How Conscious
Napping works.

We’ve designed Conscious Napping to be discreet and convenient for your employees to use, and easy for you to implement.

Each program consists of a series of modules and exercises that will guide employees to reach specific goals. Modules can be downloaded to phones or tablets, or listened to online in a place and time of their choosing. They are automatically alerted when new modules arrive in their personal library.

Employees are provided surveys for each program so you can track metrics of their success and gain important feedback about the program.

As programs are completed, you will receive results and feedback that allow you to measure success and satisfaction.

Employees access these programs through your corporately branded portal. We support you with materials to inform your employees about the program, its benefits, and how to use it.

A survey of 1200 people about their health and wellness benefits by Health Mine (2015)
identified the top 5 reasons employees don’t participate in wellness benefits:


  • Lack of time

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  • Inconvenient location

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  • inconvenient time

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  • Awareness of program

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  • Privacy concerns

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Conscious Napping removes each of these barriers.

Help your employees awaken their full potential.

Conscious Napping is an effective tool that helps you manage costs and support greater return on your most valuable investment – your employees! Don’t wait to awaken your employees’ potential. Help them be happier, healthier, more productive and engaged.

Find out how you can offer these important, life-changing benefits to your employees and add to your bottom line. In addition to these 5 core programs, ask about our 3 new areas of wellness benefits!